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  1. Damage to one parietal lobe causes...
  2. Awareness is...
  3. The left hemisphere is biased toward...
  4. Prioritization of input operates as a...
  5. Early-selection:
  6. Neglect tends to be more severe when...
  7. Feature based attention operates...
    - Affects:
  8. The right hemisphere is biased toward...
  9. When is P1/attention filtered?
  10. Amplitude of the N1 component was enhanced when...
  11. Feature attention:
  12. Bottlenecks:
  13. Define a construct: all findings are....
  14. Attention:
  15. Science:
  16. Top down:
  17. Bálint's Syndrome affects:
  18. Inhibition of Return:
  19. Bottom up:
  20. Related concepts to attention:
  21. William James
  22. Selective attention:
  23. Operational Definitions:
  24. Bálint's Syndrome:
  25. Helmholz:
  26. Limiting the amount of sensory information....
  27. Late selection:
  28. ERP =
  29. Attention is the...
  30. what has been seen in a subset of ADHD and ODD patients?
  31. Stimulus features:
  32. Spacial attention:
  33. Salience:
  34. Think about what ___ rather than what____.
  1. a Bilateral damage to posterior parietal and occipital lobes
  2. b - Originating from within
    - Attend to this, and then one attends
  3. c Precision of terms
  4. d global processing (LOW frequency)
  5. e right AFTER V1
  6. f - Do an experiment
    - Collect data
    - Define a construct
  7. g Event Related Potential
  8. h local processing (HIGH frequency)
  9. i - Response level
    - Stimulus identified/categorized BEFORE selection occurs
  10. j IOR
    - occurs when orienting toward a previously viewed object
    -previously attended location is suppressed
    -Facilitated v Inhibited/Delayed
  11. k - Perceptual level
    - Selection occurs BEFORE semantic analysis
  12. l What the study did; what it means/common definitions.
  13. m Covert Attention
    - Visual attention experiment
  14. n The process by which the mind chooses from among the various stimuli that strike the senses at any given moment
  15. o - Captured by salient stimulus
    - External stimulus captures your attention
  16. p at a later stage of selection.

    DOES NOT affect P1 ERP component.
  17. q neglect of contralateral hemi-field
  18. r attending to the stimulus compared to ignoring it.
  19. s - May be voluntary or reflexive
    - Depends upon the salience of events/objects
    - Depends of person's desire
  20. t color, shape, size.
  21. u task/methodologically-specific
  22. v FILTER gating access
  23. w behaviorally relevant information about a stimulus
  24. x - Alterness
    - Concentration
    - Selectivity
    - Control
  25. y - Paralysis of gaze
    - Optic ataxia
    - Difficulty attending to the peripheral fields when actively attending to the environment
  26. z allows for the sifting of unessential information PRIOR to extensive processing by the brain.
  27. aa Defined attention
  28. ab - Top down
    - Bottom up
  29. ac - Filter
    - Gain mechanism
  30. ad Impairment of IOR
  31. ae Information that will be attended to is selected/filtered.
  32. af LIMITED
  33. ag - Involves the activation of feature/object specific areas

    - Biased towards the most salient aspects of an object.
  34. ah the right hemisphere is damaged