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    1. Yordanova, J; Banaschewski, T; Kolev, V; Woerner, W; Rothenberger, A
      Abnormal early stages of task stimulus processing in children with attention-deficit hyperactivity disorder - evidence from event-related gamma oscillations

      CLINICAL NEUROPHYSIOLOGY
    2. Oostenveld, R; Praamstra, P; Stegeman, DF; van Oosterom, A
      Overlap of attention and movement-related activity in lateralized event-related brain potentials

      CLINICAL NEUROPHYSIOLOGY
    3. Fu, SM; Fan, SL; Chen, L; Zhuo, Y
      The attentional effects of peripheral cueing as revealed by two event-related potential studies

      CLINICAL NEUROPHYSIOLOGY
    4. Allen, G; Courchesne, E
      Attention function and dysfunction in autism

      FRONTIERS IN BIOSCIENCE
    5. Jung, TP; Makeig, S; Westerfield, M; Townsend, J; Courchesne, E; Sejnowski, TJ
      Analysis and visualization of single-trial event-related potentials

      HUMAN BRAIN MAPPING
    6. Coull, JT; Nobre, AC; Frith, CD
      The noradrenergic alpha 2 agonist clonidine modulates behavioural and neuroanatomical correlates of human attentional orienting and alerting

      CEREBRAL CORTEX
    7. Michael, GA; Boucart, M; Degreef, JF; Godefroy, O
      The thalamus interrupts top-down attentional control for permitting exploratory shiftings to sensory signals

      NEUROREPORT
    8. Marrufo, MV; Vaquero, E; Cardoso, MJ; Gomez, CM
      Temporal evolution of alpha and beta bands during visual spatial attention

      COGNITIVE BRAIN RESEARCH
    9. Schubo, A; Meinecke, C; Schroger, E
      Automaticity and attention: investigating automatic processing in texture segmentation with event-related brain potentials

      COGNITIVE BRAIN RESEARCH
    10. Sapir, A; Henik, A; Dobrusin, M; Hochman, EY
      Attentional asymmetry in schizophrenia: Disengagement and inhibition of return deficits

      NEUROPSYCHOLOGY
    11. Nobre, AC
      The attentive homunculus: Now you see it, now you don't

      NEUROSCIENCE AND BIOBEHAVIORAL REVIEWS
    12. Eimer, M; Driver, J
      Crossmodal links in endogenous and exogenous spatial attention: evidence from event-related brain potential studies

      NEUROSCIENCE AND BIOBEHAVIORAL REVIEWS
    13. Talsma, D; Kok, A
      Nonspatial intermodal selective attention is mediated by sensory brain areas: Evidence from event-related potentials

      PSYCHOPHYSIOLOGY
    14. Mangun, GR; Hinrichs, H; Scholz, M; Mueller-Gaertner, HW; Herzog, H; Krause, BJ; Tellman, L; Kemna, L; Heinze, HJ
      Integrating electrophysiology and neuroimaging of spatial selective attention to simple isolated visual stimuli

      VISION RESEARCH
    15. Nigg, JT
      Is ADHD a disinhibitory disorder?

      PSYCHOLOGICAL BULLETIN
    16. Curran, T; Hills, A; Patterson, MB; Strauss, ME
      Effects of aging on visuospatial attention: an ERP study

      NEUROPSYCHOLOGIA
    17. Hopfinger, JB; Woldorff, MG; Fletcher, EM; Mangun, GR
      Dissociating top-down attentional control from selective perception and action

      NEUROPSYCHOLOGIA
    18. Eimer, M
      Crossmodal links in spatial attention between vision, audition, and touch:evidence from event-related brain potentials

      NEUROPSYCHOLOGIA
    19. Jung, TP; Makeig, S; McKeown, MJ; Bell, AJ; Lee, TW; Sejnowski, TJ
      Imaging brain dynamics using independent component analysis

      PROCEEDINGS OF THE IEEE
    20. Driver, J; Vuilleumier, P
      Perceptual awareness and its loss in unilateral neglect and extinction

      COGNITION
    21. Levy, F; Swanson, JM
      Timing, space and ADHD: the dopamine theory revisited

      AUSTRALIAN AND NEW ZEALAND JOURNAL OF PSYCHIATRY
    22. Muller, MM; Hillyard, S
      Concurrent recording of steady-state and transient event-related potentials as indices of visual-spatial selective attention

      CLINICAL NEUROPHYSIOLOGY
    23. Fox, AM; Michie, PT; Wynne, CDL; Maybery, MT
      ERP correlates of response inhibition to elemental and configural stimuli in a negative patterning task

      CLINICAL NEUROPHYSIOLOGY
    24. Greenwood, PM
      The frontal aging hypothesis evaluated

      JOURNAL OF THE INTERNATIONAL NEUROPSYCHOLOGICAL SOCIETY
    25. Vandenberghe, R; Duncan, J; Arnell, KM; Bishop, SJ; Herrod, NJ; Owen, AM; Minhas, PS; Dupont, P; Pickard, JD; Orban, GA
      Maintaining and shifting attention within left or right hemifield

      CEREBRAL CORTEX
    26. Berlucchi, G; Chelazzi, L; Tassinari, G
      Volitional covert orienting to a peripheral cue does not suppress cue-induced inhibition of return

      JOURNAL OF COGNITIVE NEUROSCIENCE
    27. Eimer, M
      The time course of spatial orienting elicited by central and peripheral cues: evidence from event-related brain potentials

      BIOLOGICAL PSYCHOLOGY
    28. Eimer, M
      An ERP study of sustained spatial attention to stimulus eccentricity

      BIOLOGICAL PSYCHOLOGY
    29. Bradshaw, JL; Sheppard, DM
      The neurodevelopmental frontostriatal disorders: Evolutionary adaptivenessand anomalous lateralization

      BRAIN AND LANGUAGE
    30. Eimer, M; Driver, J
      An event-related brain potential study of cross-modal links in spatial attention between vision and touch

      PSYCHOPHYSIOLOGY
    31. Nigg, JT
      On inhibition/disinhibition in developmental psychopathology: Views from cognitive and personality psychology and a working inhibition taxonomy

      PSYCHOLOGICAL BULLETIN
    32. Arnott, SR; Shedden, JM
      Attention switching in depth using random-dot autostereograms: Attention gradient asymmetries

      PERCEPTION & PSYCHOPHYSICS
    33. Juola, JF; Koshino, H; Warner, CB; McMickell, M; Peterson, M
      Automatic and voluntary control of attention in young and older adults

      AMERICAN JOURNAL OF PSYCHOLOGY
    34. Eimer, M
      Can attention be directed to opposite locations in different modalities? An ERP study

      CLINICAL NEUROPHYSIOLOGY
    35. Wang, J; Jin, YP; Xiao, F; Fan, SL; Chen, L
      Attention-sensitive visual event-related potentials elicited by kinetic forms

      CLINICAL NEUROPHYSIOLOGY
    36. Handy, TC; Jha, AP; Mangun, GR
      Promoting novelty in vision: Inhibition of return modulates perceptual-level processing

      PSYCHOLOGICAL SCIENCE
    37. Van der Lubbe, RHJ; Woestenburg, JC
      The influence of peripheral precues on the tendency to react towards a lateral relevant stimulus with multiple-item arrays

      BIOLOGICAL PSYCHOLOGY
    38. Wilson, PH; Maruff, P
      Deficits in the endogenous control of covert visuospatial attention in children with developmental coordination disorder

      HUMAN MOVEMENT SCIENCE
    39. Karatekin, C; Asarnow, RF
      Exploratory eye movements to pictures in childhood-onset schizophrenia andattention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder (ADHD)

      JOURNAL OF ABNORMAL CHILD PSYCHOLOGY
    40. Luck, SJ; Thomas, SJ
      What variety of attention is automatically captured by peripheral cues?

      PERCEPTION & PSYCHOPHYSICS
    41. Gottlob, LR; Madden, DJ
      Age similarities in the inertial properties of attention

      PERCEPTION & PSYCHOPHYSICS
    42. McDonald, S; Bennett, KMB; Chambers, H; Castiello, U
      Covert orienting and focusing of attention in children with attention deficit hyperactivity disorder

      NEUROPSYCHOLOGIA
    43. Karatekin, C; Lazareff, JA; Asarnow, RF
      Parallel and serial search in two teenagers with lesions of the mesial parietal cortex

      NEUROPSYCHOLOGIA
    44. Patel, NC; Carden, WB; Bickford, ME
      Synaptic targets of cholinergic terminals in the cat lateral posterior nucleus

      JOURNAL OF COMPARATIVE NEUROLOGY
    45. Perry, RJ; Hodges, JR
      Attention and executive deficits in Alzheimer's disease - A critical review

      BRAIN
    46. HAHN S; KRAMER AF
      FURTHER EVIDENCE FOR THE DIVISION OF ATTENTION AMONG NONCONTIGUOUS LOCATIONS

      Visual cognition
    47. Taylor, TL; Klein, RM
      On the causes and effects of inhibition of return

      PSYCHONOMIC BULLETIN & REVIEW
    48. HILLYARD SA; VOGEL EK; LUCK SJ
      SENSORY GAIN-CONTROL (AMPLIFICATION) AS A MECHANISM OF SELECTIVE ATTENTION - ELECTROPHYSIOLOGICAL AND NEUROIMAGING EVIDENCE

      Philosophical transactions-Royal Society of London. Biological sciences
    49. BELMONTE M
      SHIFTS OF VISUAL-SPATIAL ATTENTION MODULATE A STEADY-STATE VISUAL-EVOKED POTENTIAL

      Cognitive brain research
    50. CORBETTA M; AKBUDAK E; CONTURO TE; SNYDER AZ; OLLINGER JM; DRURY HA; LINENWEBER MR; PETERSEN SE; RAICHLE ME; VANESSEN DC; SHULMAN GL
      A COMMON NETWORK OF FUNCTIONAL AREAS FOR ATTENTION AND EYE-MOVEMENTS

      Neuron (Cambridge, Mass.)
    51. de Ruiter, MB; Kok, A; van der Schoot, M
      Effects of inter- and intramodal selective attention to non-spatial visualstimuli: an event-related potential analysis

      BIOLOGICAL PSYCHOLOGY
    52. ADAM JJ; PANS FGWC; TEEKEN JC; VANLOON EM; VANBOXTEL MPJ; HOUX PJ; JOLLES J
      EFFECTS OF AGE ON PERFORMANCE IN A FINGER-PRECUING TASK

      Journal of experimental psychology. Human perception and performance
    53. KARATEKIN C; ASARNOW RF
      COMPONENTS OF VISUAL-SEARCH IN CHILDHOOD-ONSET SCHIZOPHRENIA AND ATTENTION-DEFICIT HYPERACTIVITY DISORDER/

      Journal of abnormal child psychology
    54. EIMER M; SCHROGER E
      ERP EFFECTS OF INTERMODAL ATTENTION AND CROSS-MODAL LINKS IN SPATIAL ATTENTION

      Psychophysiology
    55. MARUFF P; DANCKERT J; PANTELIS C; CURRIE J
      SACCADIC AND ATTENTIONAL ABNORMALITIES IN PATIENTS WITH SCHIZOPHRENIA

      Psychological medicine
    56. MANGUN GR; BUCK LA
      SUSTAINED VISUAL-SPATIAL ATTENTION PRODUCES COSTS AND BENEFITS IN RESPONSE-TIME AND EVOKED NEURAL ACTIVITY

      Neuropsychologia
    57. LO FS; CORK RJ; MIZE RR
      PHYSIOLOGICAL-PROPERTIES OF NEURONS IN THE OPTIC LAYER OF THE RATS SUPERIOR COLLICULUS

      Journal of neurophysiology
    58. BUSHNELL PJ
      BEHAVIORAL-APPROACHES TO THE ASSESSMENT OF ATTENTION IN ANIMALS

      Psychopharmacology
    59. GIERSCH A; BOUCART M; DANION JM
      LORAZEPAM, A BENZODIAZEPINE, INDUCES ATYPICAL DISTRACTOR EFFECTS WITHCOMPOUND STIMULI - A ROLE FOR LINE-ENDS IN THE PROCESSING OF COMPOUNDLETTERS

      Visual cognition
    60. LABERGE D
      ATTENTION, AWARENESS, AND THE TRIANGULAR CIRCUIT

      Consciousness and cognition
    61. EIMER M
      UNINFORMATIVE SYMBOLIC CUES MAY BIAS VISUAL-SPATIAL ATTENTION - BEHAVIORAL AND ELECTROPHYSIOLOGICAL EVIDENCE

      Biological psychology
    62. NADEAU SE; CROSSON B
      SUBCORTICAL APHASIA

      Brain and language
    63. EIMER M
      ATTENTIONAL SELECTION AND ATTENTIONAL GRADIENTS - AN ALTERNATIVE METHOD FOR STUDYING TRANSIENT VISUAL-SPATIAL ATTENTION

      Psychophysiology
    64. VERLEGER R
      ON THE UTILITY OF P3 LATENCY AS AN INDEX OF MENTAL CHRONOMETRY

      Psychophysiology
    65. ZHU JJ; LO FS
      RECURRENT INHIBITORY INTERNEURONS OF THE RABBITS LATERAL POSTERIOR-PULVINAR COMPLEX

      Journal of neurophysiology
    66. WILSON PH; MARUFF P; MCKENZIE BE
      COVERT ORIENTING OF VISUOSPATIAL ATTENTION IN CHILDREN WITH DEVELOPMENTAL COORDINATION DISORDER

      Developmental Medicine and Child Neurology
    67. REUTERLORENZ PA; DRAIN M; HARDYMORAIS C
      OBJECT-CENTERED ATTENTIONAL BIASES IN THE INTACT BRAIN

      Journal of cognitive neuroscience
    68. WARD NM; BROWN VJ
      COVERT ORIENTING OF ATTENTION IN THE RAT AND THE ROLE OF STRIATAL DOPAMINE

      The Journal of neuroscience
    69. EIMER M
      ERP MODULATIONS INDICATE THE SELECTIVE PROCESSING OF VISUAL-STIMULI AS A RESULT OF TRANSIENT AND SUSTAINED SPATIAL ATTENTION

      Psychophysiology
    70. BENEVENTO LA; PORT JD
      SINGLE NEURONS WITH BOTH FORM COLOR DIFFERENTIAL RESPONSES AND SACCADE-RELATED RESPONSES IN THE NONRETINOTOPIC PULVINAR OF THE BEHAVING MACAQUE MONKEY

      Visual neuroscience
    71. WRIGHT MJ; GEFFEN GM; GEFFEN LB
      EVENT-RELATED POTENTIALS DURING COVERT ORIENTATION OF VISUAL-ATTENTION - EFFECTS OF CUE VALIDITY AND DIRECTIONALITY

      Biological psychology
    72. ROBINSON DL; KERTZMAN C
      COVERT ORIENTING OF ATTENTION IN MACAQUES .3. CONTRIBUTIONS OF THE SUPERIOR COLLICULUS

      Journal of neurophysiology
    73. MADDEN DJ; CONNELLY SL; PIERCE TW
      ADULT AGE-DIFFERENCES IN SHIFTING FOCUSED ATTENTION

      Psychology and aging
    74. EIMER M
      AN ERP STUDY ON VISUAL-SPATIAL PRIMING WITH PERIPHERAL ONSETS

      Psychophysiology
    75. PLUDE DJ; ENNS JT; BRODEUR D
      THE DEVELOPMENT OF SELECTIVE ATTENTION - A LIFE-SPAN OVERVIEW

      Acta psychologica
    76. ARGUIN M; CAVANAGH P; JOANETTE Y
      A LATERALIZED ALERTING DEFICIT IN LEFT-BRAIN-DAMAGED PATIENTS

      Psychobiology
    77. ROBINSON DL; COWIE RJ
      ATTENTIONAL ENGAGEMENT AND THE PULVINAR

      Behavioral and brain sciences
    78. BOWMAN EM; BROWN VJ; KERTZMAN C; SCHWARZ U; ROBINSON DL
      COVERT ORIENTING OF ATTENTION IN MACAQUES .1. EFFECTS OF BEHAVIORAL CONTEXT

      Journal of neurophysiology


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