Spatial attention: more than intrinsic alerting?

@article{Sturm2005SpatialAM,
  title={Spatial attention: more than intrinsic alerting?},
  author={Walter Sturm and B. Schmenk and Bruno Fimm and Karsten Specht and Susanne Weis and Armin Thron and Klaus Willmes},
  journal={Experimental Brain Research},
  year={2005},
  volume={171},
  pages={16-25}
}
It has been proposed that the right hemisphere alerting network co-activates, either directly or via the brainstem, the attention system in the parietal cortex involved in spatial attention. The observation that impaired alertness and sustained attention can predict the outcome of neglect might suggest such a relationship, too. In the present fMRI study, we intended to analyse and compare the functional anatomy of two attentional conditions both involving intrinsic (endogenous) alerting and… CONTINUE READING

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