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Spatiotopic Attention is Mediated by Attentional Shifts to Compensate for Saccades

News   May 30, 2018 | Original Story by Denise Hoepfner for Montana State University

 
Spatiotopic Attention is Mediated by Attentional Shifts to Compensate for Saccades

James Mazer, MSU associate professor of neuroscience, published findings in the journal Neuron that reveal how the brain maintains attentional focus during eye movements. The research could lead to treatments and therapies for some brain disorders. MSU Photo by Adrian Sanchez-Gonzalez

 
 
 

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