Attentional Lapses under Decision-Making: an Event-Related Potential Study
PSYCHOLOGY. WP BRP. Издательский дом НИУ ВШЭ , 2012. No. 6.
, , et al., Attentional Lapses under Decision-Making: an Event-Related Potential Study / Высшая школа экономики. Series PSY "Psychology". 2012. No. 06.
The causes of everyday errors made by most people remain largely unknown. In order to investigate spontaneous lapses in attentional processing a new task was designed. This task creates an increased attentional load because it is based on impeded decision making involving both stimuli feature binding and response selection. Participants made errors in 9.6 ± ...
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Prestimulus frontal midline theta reflects increased cognitive control during spontaneous lapses of attention
, , , Prestimulus frontal midline theta reflects increased cognitive control during spontaneous lapses of attention / Издательский дом НИУ ВШЭ. Series WP BRP "PSYCHOLOGY". 2014. No. WP BRP 27/PSY/2014.
Performance errors are well studied under conditions of increased demands for motor inhibition; within this framework, errors are considered to be manifestations of motor conflicts between mutually exclusive responses to stimuli presented. However, tasks that require prolonged exertion of sustained attention and complex stimulus-response mapping may involve somewhat different internal causes of performance errors related ...
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Event-related potential study of P2 and N2 components on fast and slow responses in the auditory condensation task
, , Event-related potential study of P2 and N2 components on fast and slow responses in the auditory condensation task / Издательский дом НИУ ВШЭ. Series WP BRP "PSYCHOLOGY". 2016. No. WP BRP 70/PSY/2016.
In tasks involving response choice based on certain stimulus-to-response mappings, at least two stages of information processing may be involved: (1) formation of sensory stimulus object representations leading to stimulus identification, and (2) application of stimulus-to-response mappings (i.e. “task rules”) to these representations leading to response selection. Most of the research done in this area ...
Added: December 25, 2016
, , Психология. Журнал Высшей школы экономики 2015 Т. 12 № 4 С. 13-32
Mind-wandering is a specific state of consciousness, during which attention fully or partially switches from perception of external sensory information to inner mental processes. This state is largely spontaneous, and its content usually cannot be consciously controlled. Thoughts during mind wandering are generated by endogenous mental processes focusing on goals of high personal significance. These ...
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, , , , in: Methodological school: Methods of data processing in EEG and MEG. Applied aspects of magneto-and electroencephalographic neuroimaging. April, 16-30, 2013. .: M.: МГУ, 2013.. P. 6-7.
It is well known, that even in optimal conditions animals and humans make spontaneous errors which are the most prominent manifestations of attention system failures. Our goal was to investigate the causes of attention system failures in normal state of arousal and without distracting objects. We have designed a new task which allows to answer ...
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Mismatch negativity affects muscle fatigue during repeated contraction trials of different durations
, , et al., Frontiers in Physiology 2016 Vol. 7 No. 13
We examined the effect of involuntary attention switching (related to mismatch negativity generation in the oddball paradigm) on fatigue development during trials of different durations. The experiment consisted of two trials, long (40 min) and short (15 min), and two experimental conditions in each trial: the simple reaction task (deviants-only paradigm) and the stimuli recognition ...
Added: June 4, 2016
Distributed feature binding in the auditory modality: experimental evidence toward reconciliation of opposing views on the basis of mismatch negativity and behavioral measures
, , et al., NeuroReport 2016 Vol. 27 No. 11 P. 837-842
Current understanding of feature binding remains controversial. Studies involving mismatch negativity (MMN) measurement show a low level of binding, whereas behavioral experiments suggest a higher level. We examined the possibility that the two levels of feature binding coexist and may be shown within one experiment. The electroencephalogram was recorded while participants were engaged in an ...
Added: August 31, 2016
, , et al., , in: 53rd Annual Meeting - Society for Psychophysiological Research, Florence. Poster session. .: [б.и.], 2013.. P. 133-133.
Attentional lapses affect auditory P2 amplitude. ...
Added: June 4, 2013
, , et al., Psychology & Neuroscience 2015 Vol. 8 No. 1 P. 4-18
The causal mechanisms of spontaneous attentional performance lapses in alert non-clinical individuals during purposeful responses to complex stimuli remain largely unknown. In order to address this question, the auditory condensation task was used, which involves both stimulus feature binding and response selection. This task is known to create high attentional load and is well suited ...
Added: December 22, 2014
Feature binding in auditory modality requires attention as indexed by mismatch negativity and N2b in an active discrimination task
, , et al., NeuroReport 2018 Vol. 29 No. 4 P. 308-313
Currently there are two opposing views on feature binding in the auditory modality: according to behavioral studies, this process requires focused attention, while electrophysiological studies suggest that feature binding may be fully automatic and independent from attention. Here, we examined whether feature binding depends on higher-level attentional processes, by manipulating the attentional focus. We used ...
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, , , Современная зарубежная психология 2020 Т. 9 № 2 С. 34-45
Perceptual learning is defined by increased effectiveness of completing perceptual tasks as a result of experience or training. This review presents the analysis of changes in the components of event-related potentials (ERPs) after visual and auditory perceptual learning in humans. The use of the EEG method, which has a high temporal resolution, makes it possible ...
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Проявление индивидуальных особенностей темперамента в параметрах поведенческих реакций и когнитивных вызванных потенциалов в ситуации внимания
, , et al., Психологический журнал Международного университета природы, общества и человека Дубна 2012 № 3 С. 1-7
Работа посвящена изучению структуры взаимосвязей между параметрами темперамента, поведенческими данными и когнитивными вызванными потенциалами в ситуации внимания. Задача, стоящая перед испытуемыми, состояла в различении стимулов слуховой модальности при реализации методики одд-болл. Показано, что более эффективная и стабильная реакция испытуемых на целевой стимул сопровождалась рядом определенных характеристик поздних когнитивных вызванных потенциалов: меньшей амплитудой N2, большей амплитудой ...
Added: December 3, 2012
Spontaneous attentional lapses are reflected in a positive voltage shift of the event-related potential in the P2 peak time window
, , et al., , in: Седьмая международная конференция по когнитивной науке: Тезисы докладов. Светлогорск, 20–24 июня 2016 г.. .: М.: Институт психологии РАН, 2016.. P. 34-36.
The dynamic and constantly changing environment requires fast and selective sensory processing to maintain adaptive goal-directed behavior. Several classic studies of auditory attention revealed a negative voltage shift of event-related potential (ERP) within the 100 200 ms time window after stimulus onset in the attended channel compared with the unattended channel (Näätänen et al. 1978; ...
Added: December 7, 2016
, , et al., , in: Error Signals from the Brain. .: Leipzig: Universität Leipzig, 2015.. P. 38-39.
Selective and rapid information processing within multiple sensory streams is crucial for adaptive behaviour. Event-related potential (ERP) studies have shown that top-down attentional modulation of relevant neural representations may evoke ERP voltage shifts within the 100–200 ms time window (Ross et al., Cereb. Cortex, 2010; Näätänen et al., Psychophysiology, 2011). Most of the studies in ...
Added: October 16, 2015
, , et al., Vision 2020 Vol. 4 No. 2 P. 28
We move our eyes roughly three times every second while searching complex scenes, but covert attention helps to guide where we allocate those overt fixations. Covert attention may be allocated reflexively or voluntarily, and speeds the rate of information processing at the attended location. Reducing access to covert attention hinders performance, but it is not ...
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, , , Discourse Processes 2017 P. 1-12
Attentional control of referential information is an important contributor to the structure of discourse (Sanford, 2001; Sanford & Garrod, 1981). We investigated how attention and memory interplay during visually situated sentence production. We manipulated speakers’ attention to the agent or the patient of a described event by means of a referential or a dot visual ...
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, Journal of Vision 2015 Vol. 15 No. 8 P. 1-14
Ensemble summary statistics represent multiple objects on the high level of abstraction—that is, without representing individual features and ignoring spatial organization. This makes them especially useful for the rapid visual categorization of multiple objects of different types that are intermixed in space. Rapid categorization implies our ability to judge at one brief glance whether all ...
Added: September 7, 2015
, , Psychology. Journal of the Higher School of Economics 2018 Vol. 15 No. 2 P. 209-221
One of the topics in current psycholinguistics research is studying the factors affecting syntactic choice in sentence production. Previous research suggests that syntactic choice results from an interplay between linguistic and non-linguistic factors, and a speaker’s attention to the elements of a described event represents one such factor. It is a well-established fact that our ...
Added: September 25, 2018
, , et al., Theta, alpha and beta band modulations during auditory condensation task performance / Высшая школа экономики. Series PSY "Psychology". 2017. No. WP BRP 81/PSY/2017.
Outcome of a behavioral response can be detected either internally at the time of the response commission, or externally through a feedback signal. In both cases, a number of brain networks that subserve cognitive control are recruited, all networks having certain distinctive signatures in electroencephalographic oscillations. Yet most studies in the field have several limitations. ...
Added: October 19, 2017
Влияние состояния «ухода в свои мысли» на выполнение слуховой конденсационной задачи: поведенческий анализ в рамках парадигмы когнитивного контроля
, , , Психология. Журнал Высшей школы экономики 2017 Т. 14 № 1 С. 167-177
The state of mind wandering is related to complete or partial detachment of attention from external information. Under this state, attention switches from the ongoing primary task towards unrelated thoughts, fantasies and feelings. Current understanding of the role of cognitive control in the initiation and sustaining the state of mind wandering is ambiguous, and specific ...
Added: August 31, 2016
, , et al., Neuroimage 2021 Vol. 224 Article 117445
Using movies and narratives as naturalistic stimuli in human neuroimaging studies has yielded significant ad- vances in understanding of cognitive and emotional functions. The relevant literature was reviewed, with em- phasis on how the use of naturalistic stimuli has helped advance scientific understanding of human memory, attention, language, emotions, and social cognition in ways that ...
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, , et al., Bioelectromagnetics 2010 Vol. 31 No. 3 P. 191-199
We investigated the effect of mobile phone use on the auditory sensory memory in children. Auditory event-related potentials (ERPs), P1, N2, mismatch negativity (MMN), and P3a, were recorded from 17 children, aged 11–12 years, in the recently developed multi-feature paradigm. This paradigm allows one to determine the neural change-detection profile consisting of several different types ...
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Expectations and Perceptual Priming in a Visual Search Task: Evidence From Eye Movements and Behavior
, , et al., Journal of Experimental Psychology: Human Perception and Performance 2019 Vol. 45 No. 4 P. 489-499
An extensive amount of research indicates that repeating target and distractor features facilitates pop-out search while switching these features slows the search. Following the seminal study by Maljkovic and Nakayama (1994), this “priming of pop-out” effect (PoP) has been widely described as an automatic bottom-up process that is independent of the observers’ expectations. At the ...
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