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Description: The human brain prioritises relevant sensory information to perform different tasks. Enhancement of task-relevant information requires flexible allocation of attentional resources, but it is still a mystery how this is operationalised in the brain. We investigated how attentional mechanisms operate in situations where multiple stimuli are presented in the same location and at the same time. In two experiments, participants performed a challenging two-back task on different types of visual stimuli that were presented simultaneously and superimposed over each other. Using electroencephalography and multivariate decoding, we analysed the effect of attention on the neural coding of each individual stimulus. Paper: Grootswagers T., Robinson A.K., Shatek S.M., Carlson T.A. (2021). The neural dynamics underlying prioritisation of task-relevant information. Neurons, Behaviour, Data Analysis, and Theory, 5(1) Data: Code:

License: CC-By Attribution 4.0 International


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