Distractor removal amplifies spatial frequency-specific crossover of the attentional bias: a psychophysical and Monte Carlo simulation study

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Rarely noticed in daily life, attention may prefer the left side of space. Such attentional biases offer key insights into functions of spatial attention and visual awareness because they complement pathological biases in patients with spatial neglect who become largely unaware of the left side after right-brain damage. Yet there is little comprehensive… (More)
DOI: 10.1007/s00221-014-4082-y

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@article{Chen2014DistractorRA, title={Distractor removal amplifies spatial frequency-specific crossover of the attentional bias: a psychophysical and Monte Carlo simulation study}, author={Jiaqing Chen and Matthias Niemeier}, journal={Experimental Brain Research}, year={2014}, volume={232}, pages={4001-4019} }