Tracking the allocation of attention using human pupillary oscillations

@inproceedings{Naber2013TrackingTA,
  title={Tracking the allocation of attention using human pupillary oscillations},
  author={Marnix Naber and George A. Alvarez and Ken Nakayama},
  booktitle={Front. Psychol.},
  year={2013}
}
The muscles that control the pupil are richly innervated by the autonomic nervous system. While there are central pathways that drive pupil dilations in relation to arousal, there is no anatomical evidence that cortical centers involved with visual selective attention innervate the pupil. In this study, we show that such connections must exist. Specifically, we demonstrate a novel Pupil Frequency Tagging (PFT) method, where oscillatory changes in stimulus brightness over time are mirrored by… CONTINUE READING
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