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René Marois

The results of a brain mapping experiment conducted by Vanderbilt psychologist René Marois and his colleagues and published in the Aug. 6 issue of the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences provide significant new support for the theory that attention is the glue that cements visual information together as people scan complex visual scenes.

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Rene Marois, John C. Gore, Keith M. Shafritz, psychology, neuroscience, brain, brain mapping, brain, eyes, visual, fMRI, vision, perception, visual binding, visual cortex, parietal lobe


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