Separating distractor rejection and target detection in posterior parietal cortex—an event-related fMRI study of visual marking

@article{Pollmann2003SeparatingDR,
  title={Separating distractor rejection and target detection in posterior parietal cortex—an event-related fMRI study of visual marking},
  author={Stefan Pollmann and Ralph Weidner and Glyn W. Humphreys and Christian N. L. Olivers and Karsten M{\"u}ller and Gabriele Lohmann and Christopher J. Wiggins and Duane G. Watson},
  journal={NeuroImage},
  year={2003},
  volume={18},
  pages={310-323}
}
Successful survival in a competitive world requires the employment of efficient procedures for selecting new in preference to old information. Recent behavioral studies have shown that efficient selection is dependent not only on properties of new stimuli but also on an intentional bias that we can introduce against old stimuli. Event-related analysis of functional magnetic resonance imaging data from a task involving visual search across time as well as space indicates that the superior… CONTINUE READING
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