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What is the relation between visual attention and visual awareness? It is difficult to imagine being aware of something without attending to it, and by some, visual consciousness is simply equated to what is in the focus of attention. However, findings from psychological as well as from neurophysiological experiments argue strongly against equating attention and visual consciousness. From these experiments clearly separate neural definitions of visual attention and visual consciousness emerge.doi:10.1016/j.neunet.2004.02.005 pmid:15288903 fatcat:nplcyonskrgoxakye7obobgz24