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    • Attention selection, distractor suppression and N2pc 

      Mazza, Veronica; Turatto, Massimo; Caramazza, Alfonso (Elsevier BV, 2009)
      N2pc is generally interpreted as the electrocortical correlate of the distractor-suppression mechanisms through which attention selection takes place in humans. Here, we present data that challenge this common N2pc ...
    • An electrophysiological assessment of distractor suppression in visual search tasks 

      Mazza, Veronica; Turatto, Massimo; Caramazza, Alfonso (Wiley-Blackwell, 2009)
      We investigated whether the N2pc is unequivocally linked to distractor-suppression mechanisms, as is commonly assumed. According to the distractor-suppression account of the N2pc, no suppression, and thus no N2pc, should ...
    • Multiple object individuation and subitizing in enumeration: a view from electrophysiology 

      Mazza, Veronica; Caramazza, Alfonso (Frontiers Media S.A., 2015)
      What are the processes involved in determining that there are exactly n objects in the visual field? The core level of representation for this process is based on a mechanism that iteratively individuates each of the set ...