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    Central Perceptual Load Does Not Reduce Ipsilesional Flanker Interference in Parietal Extinction 

    Snow, Jacqueline C.; Mattingley, J. B. (Neuropsychology, 2008)
    In healthy individuals, filtering of distractors improves when the perceptual difficulty, or load, of a central task increases. Following an earlier study by Lavie and Robertson (2001), this study examined whether increasing ...
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    Impaired visual sensitivity within the ipsilesional hemifield following parietal lobe damage 

    Snow, Jacqueline C.; Miranda, R. R.; Humphreys, G. W. (Cortex, 2013)
    The parietal cortex is considered to be part of a network of brain areas that modulates competitive interactions between targets and irrelevant distracters in early visual cortex, however there is currently little causal ...
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    Perception, unconscious 

    Snow, Jacqueline C.; Mattingley, J. B. (Encyclopedia of Cognitive Science, 2003)
    Unconscious perception involves the processing of sensory information by the brain in the absence of subjective awareness. The physical properties of sensory stimuli, their meaning, and their emotional significance, may ...