Configuration-specific attentional modulation of flanker- -target lateral interactions.

  title={Configuration-specific attentional modulation of flanker- -target lateral interactions.},
  author={Elliot D. Freeman and D. Sagi and Jon Driver},
  volume={33 2},
Elements of a contour are often easier to detect when they possess collinearity, with their local orientations matching the global orientation of the contour. We recently reported attentional modulation of such lateral interactions between a central near-threshold target Gabor patch and flanking high-contrast patches (Freeman et al, 2001 Nature Neuroscience 4 1032-1036). Here, we examined whether such attentional effects reflect specific modulation of mechanisms sensitive to collinear… CONTINUE READING
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