ERP and EEG Markers of Brain Visual Attentional Processing

Edited by
September 2020
220 pages
  • ISBN978-3-03936-752-8 (Hardback)
  • ISBN978-3-03936-753-5 (PDF)

This book is a reprint of the Special Issue ERP and EEG Markers of Brain Visual Attentional Processing that was published in

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This book comprises research articles contributed to the Special Issue on “ERP and EEG Markers of Brain Visual Attentional Processing” of the Brain Sciences journal by a panel of authoritative international cognitive neuroscientists and electrophysiologists. All articles present state-of-the-art knowledge on the relationships between visuospatial attentional processing and the brain in humans as investigated by means of EEG and ERPs from the perspective of cognitive neuroscience. All the articles compare overt behavioral data obtained in universally renowned visual selective attention protocols with the electrophysiological data obtained in these same protocols aimed at investigating different facets of visuospatial attentional processing. The research presented is interdisciplinary, ranging across visual selective processing mechanisms in health, the effects of psychological attentional dysfunctions and brain damage, and functional imaging of the human brain. The Preface of the book provides an overall theoretical introduction to the field and to the contents of each of the remaining articles. In this introductory Editorial, a framework is presented in which to consider EEG and ERPs as research tools able to contribute to both cognitive and brain sciences, putting together new knowledge about humans as integrated sociobiological individuals. This book may provide a useful starting point and reference for researchers and students of cognitive neuroscience, psychology, philosophy, or cognitive science who have an interest in mind and brain visual attentional processing.
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selective attention; mental ability; P3 latency; continuous performance test; mental speed; EEG; alpha; xi; Posner; covert attention; selective attention; object-based attention; hemispheric asymmetry; ERP; selection negativity; swLORETA; anterior cingulate cortex; visual recognition; mTBI; event-related potentials; visual–attentional processing; brain connectivity; neuropsychological measures; postconcussion symptoms; rsvp; lure stimuli; priming; ERPs; N2pc; perception; video; visual motion; speed; cortex; rhythm; entrainment; working-memory training; selective attention; cognitive remediation; EEG; ERP; P1; P3b; N500; late posterior negative slow wave; late parietal negativity; ADHD; performance monitoring; error processing; event-related potentials; event-related potentials; visual sustained selective attention; voluntary control; self-regulation; executive functions; preschool children; ACT–R; Dipole analysis; spiking simulation; EEG; FFT; alpha desynchronization; attention orienting; alerting; attention inhibition; neurocognitive perceptual and motor workload; hypoxia; overt motor responses; hemispheric lateralization; category learning; eeg; machine learning; erp; memory; learning; multiple memory systems; p300; EEG; ERPs; brain visual attentional processing; neural markers; intracerebral single and distributed electric source localization analyses; hemodynamic imaging; psychological sciences; cognitive neurosciences