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Figure 2 | Behavioral and Brain Functions

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From: Is that a belt or a snake? object attentional selection affects the early stages of visual sensory processing

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Grand-mean ERPs as obtained at left and right mesial-occipital, occipital-parietal, lateral-occipital, and temporal electrode-sites as a function of shapes location relevance (i. e., L+ and L-) collapsing data across participants, target-categories (i. e., animals and artefacts), and shape relevance conditions (i. e., S+, S+/-, and S-). Note that here only the early-latency ERP responses have been plotted with an expanded time scale of 200 ms and tick-mark progressions of 50 ms to bring out the earliness of the modulation of sensory-related C1, P1, and N1 components by spatial selective attention.

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