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BOLD signal in intraparietal sulcus covaries with magnitude of implicitly driven attention shifts
A lot is known about the neural basis of directing attention based on explicit cues. In real life however, attention shifts are rarely directed by explicit cues but rather generated implicitly, for example on the basis of previous experience with a given situation. Here, we aimed at studying attention shifts dependent on recent trial history. While explicitly cued attention shifts involve activity in cortex of the intraparietal sulcus, whether this region is also involved in shifting attentiondoi:10.1016/j.neuroimage.2009.01.012 pmid:19349243 fatcat:pkpuhkzshza3nb7h6v5f4y3aua