The role of selective attention in short-term memory and goal-directed behavior

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Vissers, M.E.;

Selective attention enables the prioritization of goal-relevant aspects of our sensory environment in order to guide our actions, or to store goal-relevant information in short-term memory. Yet, it remains largely unclear how attention prioritizes goal-relevant informat... View more
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