Visual attention: The past 25 years

@article{Carrasco2011VisualAT,
  title={Visual attention: The past 25 years},
  author={Marisa Carrasco},
  journal={Vision Research},
  year={2011},
  volume={51},
  pages={1484-1525}
}
This review focuses on covert attention and how it alters early vision. I explain why attention is considered a selective process, the constructs of covert attention, spatial endogenous and exogenous attention, and feature-based attention. I explain how in the last 25 years research on attention has characterized the effects of covert attention on spatial filters and how attention influences the selection of stimuli of interest. This review includes the effects of spatial attention on… CONTINUE READING
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