Neural mechanisms of visual selective attention.

@article{Mangun1995NeuralMO,
  title={Neural mechanisms of visual selective attention.},
  author={George R. Mangun},
  journal={Psychophysiology},
  year={1995},
  volume={32 1},
  pages={4-18}
}
Visual selective attention improves our perception and performance by modifying sensory inputs at an early stage of processing. Spatial attention produces the most consistent early modulations of visual processing, which can be observed when attention is voluntarily allocated to locations. These effects of spatial attention are similar when attention is cued in a trial-by-trial, or sustained, fashion and are manifest as changes in the amplitudes, but not the latencies, of evoked neural activity… CONTINUE READING
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