Two cognitive and neural systems for endogenous and exogenous spatial attention.

Abstract

Orienting of spatial attention is a family of phylogenetically old mechanisms developed to select information for further processing. Information can be selected via top-down or endogenous mechanisms, depending on the goals of the observers or on the task at hand. Moreover, salient and potentially dangerous events also attract spatial attention via bottom… (More)
DOI: 10.1016/j.bbr.2012.09.027

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@article{Chica2013TwoCA, title={Two cognitive and neural systems for endogenous and exogenous spatial attention.}, author={Ana B. Chica and Paolo Bartolomeo and Juan Lupi{\'a}{\~n}ez}, journal={Behavioural brain research}, year={2013}, volume={237}, pages={107-23} }