Attention, spatial representation and visual neglect: Simulating emergent attention and spatial memory in the Selective Attention for Identification Model (SAIM)

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title = "Attention, spatial representation and visual neglect: Simulating emergent attention and spatial memory in the Selective Attention for Identification Model (SAIM)",
abstract = "The selective attention for identification model (SAIM) is presented. This uses a spatial window to select visual information for recognition, binding parts to objects and generating translation-invariant recognition. The model provides a qualitative account of both normal and disordered, attention. Simulations of normal attention demonstrate 2-object costs and effects of object - familiarity on selection, global precedence, spatial cueing, and inhibition of return. When lesioned, SAIM demonstrated either view- or object-centered neglect or spatial extinction, depending on the type and extent of lesion. The model provides-a framework to-unify (a) object- and space-based theories of normal selection, (b) dissociations, within the syndrome of unilateral neglect, and (c) attentional and representational accounts of neglect.",
author = "Dietmar Heinke and Glyn Humphreys",
year = "2003",
month = jan,
day = "1",
language = "English",
volume = "110(1)",
pages = "29--87",
journal = "Psychological Review",
issn = "0033-295X",
publisher = "American Psychological Association",
number = "1",

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T1 - Attention, spatial representation and visual neglect: Simulating emergent attention and spatial memory in the Selective Attention for Identification Model (SAIM)

AU - Heinke, Dietmar

AU - Humphreys, Glyn

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N2 - The selective attention for identification model (SAIM) is presented. This uses a spatial window to select visual information for recognition, binding parts to objects and generating translation-invariant recognition. The model provides a qualitative account of both normal and disordered, attention. Simulations of normal attention demonstrate 2-object costs and effects of object - familiarity on selection, global precedence, spatial cueing, and inhibition of return. When lesioned, SAIM demonstrated either view- or object-centered neglect or spatial extinction, depending on the type and extent of lesion. The model provides-a framework to-unify (a) object- and space-based theories of normal selection, (b) dissociations, within the syndrome of unilateral neglect, and (c) attentional and representational accounts of neglect.

AB - The selective attention for identification model (SAIM) is presented. This uses a spatial window to select visual information for recognition, binding parts to objects and generating translation-invariant recognition. The model provides a qualitative account of both normal and disordered, attention. Simulations of normal attention demonstrate 2-object costs and effects of object - familiarity on selection, global precedence, spatial cueing, and inhibition of return. When lesioned, SAIM demonstrated either view- or object-centered neglect or spatial extinction, depending on the type and extent of lesion. The model provides-a framework to-unify (a) object- and space-based theories of normal selection, (b) dissociations, within the syndrome of unilateral neglect, and (c) attentional and representational accounts of neglect.

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VL - 110(1)

SP - 29

EP - 87

JO - Psychological Review

JF - Psychological Review

SN - 0033-295X

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