Coordination of voluntary and stimulus-driven attentional control in human cortex.

@article{Serences2005CoordinationOV,
  title={Coordination of voluntary and stimulus-driven attentional control in human cortex.},
  author={John T. Serences and Sarah Shomstein and Andrew B. Leber and Xavier Golay and Howard E. Egeth and Steven Yantis},
  journal={Psychological science},
  year={2005},
  volume={16 2},
  pages={114-22}
}
Visual attention may be voluntarily directed to particular locations or features (voluntary control), or it may be captured by salient stimuli, such as the abrupt appearance of a new perceptual object (stimulus-driven control). Most often, however, the deployment of attention is the result of a dynamic interplay between voluntary attentional control settings (e.g., based on prior knowledge about a target's location or color) and the degree to which stimuli in the visual scene match these… CONTINUE READING
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