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Comparable modulations can be obtained with radially moving dot patterns instead of radially moving gratings (not shown). Watanabe, Harner and colleagues (1998) had reported previously that activity in areas V1 and MTϩ changes when subjects were instructed to alternately attend to and passively view a moving stimulus. , using a two-interval forced-choice threshold-level discrimination task, as opposed to instructing subjects simply to attend). 4 Effect of Spatial Attention We have just shown that activity in visual cortex is higher when a task is performed with respect to a stimulus than when a stimulus is viewed passively.

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