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Control and development of time-based visual selection

Zupan, Zorana;
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  • Country: United Kingdom
Attention plays an integral role in healthy cognitive functioning, and failures of attention can lead to unfavourable and dangerous consequences. As such, comprehending the nature of attentional mechanisms is of fundamental theoretical and practical importance. One way in which humans can attentionally prioritise new information is through top-down inhibition of old distractors, known as the preview benefit (Watson & Humphreys, 1997). In the preview benefit, time is used to efficiently guide visual selection in space. Given that this ability is based on limited resources, its deployment in everyday life may be hindered by a multitude of factors. This thesis will...
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