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Figure 5 | Behavioral and Brain Functions

Figure 5

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

Figure 5

ERP waveforms at left and right mesial-occipital, occipital-parietal, lateral-occipital, and occipital-temporal electrodes grand-averaged across participants as a function of the conjoined spatial and non-spatial relevance of shape-pairs (i.e., L+S-, L+S+/-, and L+S-, as well as L-S+, L-S+/-, and L-S-). Whereas C1 was of greater amplitude over mesial occipital sites, P1 response was larger over lateral occipital sites. Scaling is the same as for Figures 2 and 3.

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