The Interplay between Top-down, Bottom-up, & Intertrial Biases in Visual, Crossmodal, & Memory Search
The Performer's Focus of Attention & Motor Learning
Dimensional Weighting & Conflict Processing
RT Decomposition via Lateralized Brain Responses (PCN, CDA, LRP)
Single-trial & Independent Component Analysis of EEG Dynamics
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