The Attention Modulation on Timing: An Event-Related Potential Study

@inproceedings{Liu2013TheAM,
  title={The Attention Modulation on Timing: An Event-Related Potential Study},
  author={Yunzhe Liu and Dandan Zhang and Jing Ma and Dan Li and Huazhan Yin and Yue-Jia Luo},
  booktitle={PloS one},
  year={2013}
}
The present study examined the neural mechanisms of attention modulation on timing using ERP and sLORETA measurements in a dual-task paradigm. We parametrically varied the attention to the durations of a 1000-Hz pure tone and further localized the cortical regions that were sensitive to the attention modulation on timing. Results demonstrated that the attention modulation might happen at early stage, approximately 200 ms after stimulus presentation. The P2 component at frontal area served as an… CONTINUE READING

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