Disruption of Visual Awareness during the Attentional Blink Is Reflected by Selective Disruption of Late-stage Neural Processing

@article{Harris2013DisruptionOV,
  title={Disruption of Visual Awareness during the Attentional Blink Is Reflected by Selective Disruption of Late-stage Neural Processing},
  author={Joseph A. Harris and Alex R. McMahon and Marty G. Woldorff},
  journal={Journal of Cognitive Neuroscience},
  year={2013},
  volume={25},
  pages={1863-1874}
}
Any information represented in the brain holds the potential to influence behavior. It is therefore of broad interest to determine the extent and quality of neural processing of stimulus input that occurs with and without awareness. The attentional blink is a useful tool for dissociating neural and behavioral measures of perceptual visual processing across conditions of awareness. The extent of higher-order visual information beyond basic sensory signaling that is processed during the… CONTINUE READING
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