Visual Attention: How The Brain Makes The Most Of The Visible World

Sunday, April 5, 2009 - 20:35 in Biology & Nature

The visual system has limited capacity, and cannot process everything that falls onto the retina. Instead, the brain relies on attention to bring salient details into focus and filter out background clutter. Two recent studies have helped to unravel the mechanisms underlying attention.

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