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Differences between endogenous attention to spatial locations and sensory modalities

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Vibell et al. (J Cogn Neurosci 19:109-120, 2007) reported that endogenously attending to a sensory modality (vision or touch) modulated perceptual processing, in part, by the relative speeding-up of neural activation (i.e., as a result of prior entry). However, it was unclear whether it was the fine temporal discrimination required by the temporal-order judgment task that was used, or rather, the type of attentional modulation (spatial locations or sensory modalities) that was responsible for...

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10.1007/s00221-017-5030-4

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Oxford, MSD, Psychiatry
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Oxford, MSD, Experimental Psychology
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Oxford, MSD, Experimental Psychology
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Experimental Brain Research Journal website
Volume:
235
Issue:
10
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2983-2996
Publication date:
2017-07-17
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2017-07-09
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1432-1106
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0014-4819
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pubs:709439
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uri:ec86595d-05b6-436e-bb95-8ddf71462547
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10

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