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In the complex scenes of everyday life, our brains must select from among many competing inputs for perceptual synthesisso that only the most relevant are fully processed and irrelevant (distracting) information is suppressed. At the same time, we must remain responsive to salient events outside our current focus of attention-and balancing these two processing modes is a fundamental task our brain constantly needs to solve. This Research Topic examines how attentional control is guided bydoi:10.3389/978-2-88919-367-7 fatcat:yfq23vv7dferra4d2xuppjkpxq