The effects of stimulus modality and frequency of stimulus presentation on cross-modal distraction.


Selective attention produces enhanced activity (attention-related modulations [ARMs]) in cortical regions corresponding to the attended modality and suppressed activity in cortical regions corresponding to the ignored modality. However, effects of behavioral context (e.g., temporal vs. spatial tasks) and basic stimulus properties (i.e., stimulus frequency… (More)
DOI: 10.1093/cercor/bhn148


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