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Object features reinstated from episodic memory guide attentional selection Kerzel, Dirk; Andres, Maïté Kun-Sook 2020
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Capture by context elements, not attentional suppression of distractors, explains the P d with small search displays Kerzel, Dirk; Burra, Nicolas 2020
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New templates interfere with existing templates depending on their respective priority in visual working memory Huynh Cong, Stanislas; Kerzel, Dirk 2020
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Impaired emotional biases in visual attention after bilateral amygdala lesion Dominguez Borras, Judith; Moyne, Maeva; Saj, Arnaud; Guex, Raphael; Vuilleumier, Patrik 2020
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The precision of attentional selection is far worse than the precision of the underlying memory representation Kerzel, Dirk 2019
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The allocation of resources in visual working memory and multiple attentional templates Kerzel, Dirk; Witzel, Christoph 2019
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Control and causal consequences of visual attention Schoenhammer, Josef 2015
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Methods to Test Visual Attention Online Yung, Amanda; Cardoso Leite, Pedro Michel; Dale, Gillian; Bavelier, Daphné; Green, C. Shawn 2015
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Happy with a difference, unhappy with an identity: Observers’ mood determines processing depth in visual search Grubert, Anna; Schmid, Petra; Krummenacher, Joseph 2013
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Changes in search rate but not in the dynamics of exogenous attention in action videogame players Hubert-Wallander, Bjorn; Green, C. Shawn; Sugarman, Michael; Bavelier, Daphné 2011