Spatially selective representations of voluntary and stimulus-driven attentional priority in human occipital, parietal, and frontal cortex.

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When multiple objects are present in a visual scene, they compete for cortical processing in the visual system; selective attention biases this competition so that representations of behaviorally relevant objects enter awareness and irrelevant objects do not. Deployments of selective attention can be voluntary (e.g., shift or attention to a target's… (More)

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@article{Serences2007SpatiallySR, title={Spatially selective representations of voluntary and stimulus-driven attentional priority in human occipital, parietal, and frontal cortex.}, author={John T. Serences and Steven Yantis}, journal={Cerebral cortex}, year={2007}, volume={17 2}, pages={284-93} }