Neural networks underlying endogenous and exogenous visual–spatial orienting

  title={Neural networks underlying endogenous and exogenous visual–spatial orienting},
  author={A. Mayer and J. Dorflinger and S. Rao and M. Seidenberg},
  • A. Mayer, J. Dorflinger, +1 author M. Seidenberg
  • Published 2004
  • Psychology, Computer Science, Medicine
  • NeuroImage
  • The orienting of visual-spatial attention is fundamental to most organisms and is controlled through external (exogenous) or internal (endogenous) processes. Exogenous orienting is considered to be reflexive and automatic, whereas endogenous orienting refers to the purposeful allocation of attentional resources to a predetermined location in space. Although behavioral, electrophysiological and lesion research in both primates and humans suggests that separate neural systems control these… CONTINUE READING
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