Article explores the neural basis of rhythmic spatial attention

An article titled "A dynamic interplay within the frontoparietal network underlies rhythmic spatial attention" explores the neural basis of instrinsic rhythmic attention properties in humans and non-human primates.

The journal article was published in Neuron on August 22, 2018 by Ian C. Fiebelkorn, an Associate Research Scholar, Mark Pinsk, Co-Director, and Sabine Kastner, Principal Investigator, of our Neuroscience of Attention and Perception Laboratory.

This exciting article presents a novel theory of attention that incorporates the instrinsic rhythmic properties of our attention and motor sampling, such as the eye's saccadic movements! Read more about the article here!