A critical exploration of the factors influencing the relationship between spatial attention scale and visual perception
When viewing the world, the human visual system is exposed to a vast and complex array of sensory information. Typically, the amount of information available exceeds the brain's capacity for processing at a given point in time. Therefore, the ability to deploy spatial attention, the mechanism that selects specific regions of space for enhanced visual processing at the expense of others, is necessary for seamless functioning. The overall goal of this thesis was to understand the causes and...[Show more]
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