Factors affecting the representation of objects in distributed attention

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Maxwell, Tricia Lesley; (2011)
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Our phenomenological experience of what we see around us is of an accurate representation. However, such information is widely distributed in the brain so necessitates that some form of co-ordination of this information takes place to enable a coherent view of the world... View more
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    1.1 INTRODUCTION……………………………………………………………....................... 1 1.2.2 Further support for two-stage models ………………………........... 11 1.2.3 Problems with two-stage models……………………………….......

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