Manuscript accepted as book chapter for publication in Cambridge Elements in Perception !

Cambridge University Press

Our recent manuscript titled “Attentional Selection: Top-Down, Bottom-Up and History-Based Biases” has been accepted as a book chapter in the upcoming Cambridge Elements in Perception. In this element, we propose a framework in which it is assumed that visual selection is the result of the interaction between top-down, bottom-up and selection-history factors. It builts on classic work in the field and in particular the recent work I have done together with Jan Theeuwes. We expect it to be published in a few months. For more information check out the entire elements series under https://www.cambridge.org/core/what-we-publish/elements/elements-of-perception.

Michel Failing, PhD
Michel Failing, PhD
Alexander von Humboldt Fellow

Postdoctoral researcher studying attention, learning, memory and perceptual decision-making.

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