Clinical TVA-based studies: a general review

@inproceedings{Habekost2015ClinicalTS,
  title={Clinical TVA-based studies: a general review},
  author={Thomas Habekost},
  booktitle={Front. Psychol.},
  year={2015}
}
In combination with whole report and partial report tasks, the theory of visual attention (TVA) can be used to estimate individual differences in five basic attentional parameters: the visual processing speed, the storage capacity of visual short-term memory, the perceptual threshold, the efficiency of top-down selectivity, and the spatial bias of attentional weighting. TVA-based assessment has been used in about 30 studies to investigate attentional deficits in a range of neurological and… CONTINUE READING
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