The selective tuning model of attention: psychophysical evidence for a suppressive annulus around an attended item

@article{Cutzu2003TheST,
  title={The selective tuning model of attention: psychophysical evidence for a suppressive annulus around an attended item},
  author={Florin Cutzu and John K. Tsotsos},
  journal={Vision Research},
  year={2003},
  volume={43},
  pages={205-219}
}
The selective tuning model [Artif. Intell. 78 (1995) 507] is a neurobiologically plausible neural network model of visual attention. One of its key predictions is that to simultaneously solve the problems of convergence of neural input and selection of attended items, the portions of the visual neural network that process an attended stimulus must be surrounded by inhibition. To test this hypothesis, we mapped the attentional field around an attended location in a matching task where the… CONTINUE READING
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