Right hemisphere dominance during spatial selective attention and target detection occurs outside the dorsal frontoparietal network.

@article{Shulman2010RightHD,
  title={Right hemisphere dominance during spatial selective attention and target detection occurs outside the dorsal frontoparietal network.},
  author={Gordon L. Shulman and Daniel Pope and Serguei V. Astafiev and Mark P. McAvoy and Abraham Z. Snyder and Maurizio Corbetta},
  journal={The Journal of neuroscience : the official journal of the Society for Neuroscience},
  year={2010},
  volume={30 10},
  pages={3640-51}
}
Spatial selective attention is widely considered to be right hemisphere dominant. Previous functional magnetic resonance imaging studies, however, have reported bilateral blood-oxygenation-level-dependent responses in dorsal frontoparietal regions during anticipatory shifts of attention to a location (Kastner et al., 1999; Corbetta et al., 2000; Hopfinger et al., 2000). Right-lateralized activity has mainly been reported in ventral frontoparietal regions for shifts of attention to an unattended… CONTINUE READING
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