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Journal of Vision
How does attention alter neural responses? Decades of electrophysiological measurements in non-human primates as well as human EEG and fMRI studies have shown that spatial attention modulates firing rates across the visual cortex, but the computations that drive this process are still unclear. Further, while it is well known that attention affects perception, we have only a limited understanding of the link between attentionally driven changes in neural firing rates and subject performance.doi:10.1167/10.14.39 pmid:21196511 fatcat:ts63lgzcwvayzk2vguwgy6ppki