The functional anatomy of attention: a DCM study

@inproceedings{Brown2013TheFA,
  title={The functional anatomy of attention: a DCM study},
  author={Harriet R. Brown and Karl J. Friston},
  booktitle={Front. Hum. Neurosci.},
  year={2013}
}
Recent formulations of attention-in terms of predictive coding-associate attentional gain with the expected precision of sensory information. Formal models of the Posner paradigm suggest that validity effects can be explained in a principled (Bayes optimal) fashion in terms of a cue-dependent setting of precision or gain on the sensory channels reporting anticipated target locations, which is updated selectively by invalid targets. This normative model is equipped with a biologically plausible… CONTINUE READING
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