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Attention

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In cognitive psychology there are at least two models which describe how visual attention ...

What Is Selective Attention? - Verywell

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May 9, 2016 ... Selective attention involves filtering out irrelevant information around us ... it proposes that visual attention works similar to that of a spotlight.

Rewards teach visual selective attention - ScienceDirect

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Dec 19, 2012 ... Visual selective attention is the brain function that modulates ongoing processing of retinal input in order for selected representations to gain ...

Visual Selective Attention and the Effects of Monetary Rewards

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However, it is unknown whether similar influences regulate covert mental processes, such as visual selective attention. Visual selective attention allows ...

Rewards teach visual selective attention. - NCBI

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Dec 19, 2012 ... Visual selective attention is the brain function that modulates ongoing processing of retinal input in order for selected representations to gain ...

Action video game modifies visual selective attention : Article : Nature

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Four experiments establish changes in different aspects of visual attention in habitual video-game players as compared with non-video-game players. In a fifth  ...

Neural mechanisms of visual selective attention - Wiley Online Library

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Visual selective attention improves our perception and performance by modifying sensory input.s ... The mechanisms of selective attention in humans have most.

Selective Attention | Simply Psychology

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Selective Attention. A bottleneck restricts the rate of flow, as, say, in the narrow neck of a milk bottle. The narrower the bottleneck, the lower the rate of flow.

On the efficiency of visual selective attention: Efficient visual search ...

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ON THE EFFICIENCY OF VISUAL SELECTIVE ATTENTION: Efficient Visual Search Leads to Inefficient Distractor Rejection. Nun Lavre' and Sally Cox2.

Contrasting effects of sensory limits and capacity limits in visual ...

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London, Gower St., London WC1E 6BT, England (e-mail: n.lavie@ ucl.ac.uk). Contrasting effects of sensory limits and capacity limits in visual selective attention.

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3.2 Visual Selective Attention

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3.2 Visual Selective Attention. In an extensive study, Yarbus (1967) showed that the perception of a complex scene involves a complicated pattern of fixations, ...

On the role of selective attention in visual perception

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Feb 3, 1998 ... What is the role of selective attention in visual perception? Before answering this question, it is necessary to differentiate between attentional ...

Neural mechanisms of visual selective attention. - NCBI

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Visual selective attention improves our perception and performance by modifying sensory inputs at an early stage of processing. Spatial attention produces the ...