ERP Evidence for Cross-Modal Audiovisual Effects of Endogenous Spatial Attention within Hemifields

@article{Eimer2004ERPEF,
  title={ERP Evidence for Cross-Modal Audiovisual Effects of Endogenous Spatial Attention within Hemifields},
  author={Martin Eimer and Jos van Velzen and Jon Driver},
  journal={Journal of Cognitive Neuroscience},
  year={2004},
  volume={16},
  pages={272-288}
}
Previous ERP studies have uncovered cross-modal interactions in endogenous spatial attention. Directing attention to one side to judge stimuli from one particular modality can modulate early modality-specific ERP components not only for that modality, but also for other currently irrelevant modalities. However, past studies could not determine whether the spatial focus of attention in the task-irrelevant secondary modality was similar to the primary modality, or was instead diffuse across one… CONTINUE READING

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