Visual Masking, Task Relevance, and the P3b

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The current experiment utilizes masking and a manipulation of task-relevance to achieve a 2x2 comparison between visibility (seen vs. unseen stimuli) and task-relevancy (report vs. no-report). There are two main comparisons of interest: (1) the contrast between ‘seen’ and ‘unseen’ task-relevant stimuli, and (2) the contrast between ‘seen’ and ‘unseen’ task-irrelevant stimuli. The main question, in...


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