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Volitional regulation of emotions produces distributed alterations in connectivity between visual, attention control, and default networksSRIPADA, Chandra; ANGSTADT, Michael; KESSLER, Daniel et al.NeuroImage (Orlando, Fla.). 2014, Vol 89, pp 110-121, issn 1053-8119, 12 p.Article

Parietal structure and function explain human variation in working memory biases of visual attentionSOTO, David; ROTSHTEIN, Pia; KANAI, Ryota et al.NeuroImage (Orlando, Fla.). 2014, Vol 89, pp 289-296, issn 1053-8119, 8 p.Article

Visual salience metrics for image inpaintingARDIS, Paul A; SINGHAL, Amit.Proceedings of SPIE, the International Society for Optical Engineering. 2009, Vol 7257, issn 0277-786X, isbn 978-0-8194-7507-7, 72571W.1-72571W.9Conference Paper

Visual and linguistic cues to graspable objectsMYACHYKOV, Andriy; ELLIS, Rob; CANGELOSI, Angelo et al.Experimental brain research. 2013, Vol 229, Num 4, pp 545-559, issn 0014-4819, 15 p.Article

Pre-attentive visual selectionLI ZHAOPING; DAYAN, Peter.Neural networks. 2006, Vol 19, Num 9, pp 1437-1439, issn 0893-6080, 3 p.Article

A neural model for visual selection of grouped spatial arraysDOMIJAN, Drazen.Neuroreport (Oxford). 2003, Vol 14, Num 3, pp 367-370, issn 0959-4965, 4 p.Article

Models of human visual attention should consider trial-by-trial variability in preparatory neural signalsSYLVESTER, Chad M; D'AVOSSA, Giovanni; CORBETTA, Maurizio et al.Neural networks. 2006, Vol 19, Num 9, pp 1447-1449, issn 0893-6080, 3 p.Article

Visual attention during route learning: A look at selection and engagementALLEN, Gary L; KIRASIC, K. C.Lecture notes in computer science. 2003, pp 390-398, issn 0302-9743, isbn 3-540-20148-3, 9 p.Conference Paper

Predicting user attention in complex web pagesSUTCLIFFE, Alistair; NAMOUN, Abdallah.Behaviour & information technology (Print). 2012, Vol 31, Num 7-9, pp 679-695, issn 0144-929X, 17 p.Article

What attributes guide the deployment of visual attention and how do they do it?WOLFE, Jeremy M; HOROWITZ, Todd S.Nature reviews. Neuroscience (Print). 2004, Vol 5, Num 6, pp 495-501, issn 1471-003X, 7 p.Article

24th European Conference on Visual Perception, Kuşadasi, Turkey, 26-30 August 2001: AbstractsPerception (London. Print). 2001, Vol 30, issn 0301-0066, 126 p., SUPConference Proceedings

Salience-based progression of visual attentionMICHAEL, George A; GALVEZ-GARCIA, German.Behavioural brain research. 2011, Vol 224, Num 1, pp 87-99, issn 0166-4328, 13 p.Article

CONTRIBUTION A L'ETUDE DES MECANISMES DE VISION ACTIVE. APPLICATION A LA VISION BIOMIMETIQUE = CONTRIBUTION TO THE STUDY OF THE MECHANISMS OF ACTIVE VISION. APPLICATION TO THE BIOMIMETIC VISIONHassoumi, Nabil; Tarroux, Philippe.1999, 123 p.Thesis

Long-lasting sensitization to a given long-lasting sensitization to a given colour after visual searchTSENG, Chia-Huei; GOBELL, Joetta L; SPERLING, George et al.Nature (London). 2004, Vol 428, Num 6983, pp 657-660, issn 0028-0836, 4 p.Article

Interruption from irrelevant auditory and visual onsets even when attention is in a focused stateVAN DER LUBBE, Rob H. J; POSTMA, Albert.Experimental brain research. 2005, Vol 164, Num 4, pp 464-471, issn 0014-4819, 8 p.Article

Divided visual attention as a predictor of bumping while walking: The Salisbury Eye EvaluationBROMAN, Aimee Teo; WEST, Sheila K; MUNOZ, Beatriz et al.Investigative ophthalmology & visual science. 2004, Vol 45, Num 9, pp 2955-2960, issn 0146-0404, 6 p.Article

Visual field attention is reduced by concomitant hands-free conversation on a cellular telephoneBARKANA, Yaniv; ZADOK, David; MORAD, Yair et al.American journal of ophthalmology. 2004, Vol 138, Num 3, pp 347-353, issn 0002-9394, 7 p.Article

Shifts in selective visual attention: towards the underlying neural circuitryKOCH, C; ULLMAN, S.Human neurobiology. 1985, Vol 4, Num 4, pp 219-227, issn 0721-9075Article

Multiple measures of visual attention predict novice motor skill performance when attention is focused externallyKASPER, Ryan W; ELLIOTT, James C; GIESBRECHT, Barry et al.Human movement science. 2012, Vol 31, Num 5, pp 1161-1174, issn 0167-9457, 14 p.Article

Interocular conflict attracts attentionPAFFEN, Chris L. E; HESSELS, Roy S; VAN DER STIGCHEL, Stefan et al.Attention, perception & psychophysics. 2012, Vol 74, Num 2, pp 251-256, issn 1943-3921, 6 p.Article

Biologically plausible saliency mechanisms improve feedforward object recognitionSUNHYOUNG HAN; VASCONCELOS, Nuno.Vision research (Oxford). 2010, Vol 50, Num 22, pp 2295-2307, issn 0042-6989, 13 p.Article

Preservation of crossmodal selective attention in healthy agingHUGENSCHMIDT, Christina E; PEIFFER, Ann M; MCCOY, Thomas P et al.Experimental brain research. 2009, Vol 198, Num 2-3, pp 273-285, issn 0014-4819, 13 p.Article

No previews are good news : Using preview search to probe categorical grouping for orientationHODSOLL, John P; HUMPHREYS, Glyn W.Vision research (Oxford). 2007, Vol 47, Num 11, pp 1464-1478, issn 0042-6989, 15 p.Article

Visual attention and temporal discrimination : Differential effects of automatic and voluntary cueingHEIN, Elisabeth; ROLKE, Bettina; ULRICH, Rolf et al.Visual cognition. 2006, Vol 13, Num 1, pp 29-50, issn 1350-6285, 22 p.Article

Faces retain attentionBINDEMANN, Markus; BURTON, A. Mike; HOOGE, Ignace T. C et al.Psychonomic bulletin & review. 2005, Vol 12, Num 6, pp 1048-1053, issn 1069-9384, 6 p.Article

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