suppression

Attention

Attention is the fundamental mechanism that determines what information we parse from the environment.

Manuscript accepted for publication in Psychonomic Bulletin & Review !

Our recent paper on spatial distractor suppression just got accepted for publication in the Psychonomic Bulletin & Review. In this paper, we show that the extent to which salient distractors elicit spatial attention capture also affects the amount of spatial suppression they exhibit due to statistical regularities regarding the distractor’s location.

Manuscript accepted for publication in Journal of Experimental Psychology: Human Perception and Performance !

Our recent paper on spatial and feature-specific distractor suppression just got accepted for publication in the Journal of Experimental Psychology: Human Performance and Perception. In this paper, we show that spatial suppression due to statistical regularities regarding the distractor is a consequence of spatial as well as feature-specific suppression components.

Manuscript accepted for publication in Attention, Perception and Psychophysics !

Our recent paper on distractor suppression just got accepted for publication in Attention, Perception and Psychophysics. In this paper, we address the possibility that previously observed spatial suppression is actually target enhancement.

Selection History

Selection history describes the phenomenon that what we have attended in the past will determine what we pay attention to in the present.

Another manuscript published in PsyArXiv !

We just uploaded a new manuscript on PsyArXiv. We report our recent findings on distractor suppression. We show that spatial suppression due to statistical regularities regarding the distractor is a consequence of spatial as well as feature-specific suppression components.

Manuscript published in PsyArXiv !

We just uploaded a new manuscript on PsyArXiv in which we address the possibility that previously observed spatial suppression is actually target enhancement. In two experiments, we show that (I) spatial suppression is not observed when there are only spatial regularities regarding the target, and that (II) spatial suppression is observed as a consequence of spatial regularities regarding the distractor even if there are no spatial regularities regarding the target.