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000262487 0247_ $$2doi$$a10.1007/s00221-018-5403-3
000262487 02470 $$2DOI$$a10.1007/s00221-018-5403-3
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000262487 245__ $$aDifferential effects of vestibular processing on orienting exogenous and endogenous covert visual attention
000262487 260__ $$c2018
000262487 269__ $$a2018
000262487 336__ $$aJournal Articles
000262487 520__ $$aRecent research highlights the overwhelming role of vestibular information for higher order cognition. Central to body perception, vestibular cues provide information about self-location in space, self-motion versus object motion, and modulate the perception of space. Surprisingly, however, little research has dealt with how vestibular information combines with other senses to orient one's attention in space. Here we used passive whole body rotations as exogenous (Experiment 1) or endogenous (Experiment 2) attentional cues and studied their effects on orienting visual attention in a classical Posner paradigm. We show that-when employed as an exogenous stimulus-rotation impacts attention orienting only immediately after vestibular stimulation onset. However, when acting as an endogenous stimulus, vestibular stimulation provides a robust benefit to target detection throughout the rotation profile. Our data also demonstrate that vestibular stimulation boosts attentional processing more generally, independent of rotation direction, associated with a general improvement in performance. These data provide evidence for distinct effects of vestibular processing on endogenous and exogenous attention as well as alertness that differ with respect to the temporal dynamics of the motion profile. These data reveal that attentional spatial processing and spatial body perception as manipulated through vestibular stimulation share important brain mechanisms
000262487 6531_ $$aCognition; Endogenous attention; Exogenous attention; Vestibular
000262487 700__ $$aKaliuzhna, Mariia
000262487 700__ $$aSerino, Andrea
000262487 700__ $$aBerger, Steve
000262487 700__ $$aBlanke, Olaf
000262487 773__ $$tExperimental Brain Research
000262487 8560_ $$fherberto.dhanis@epfl.ch
000262487 909C0 $$0252325$$mmarco.solca@epfl.ch$$pLNCO$$xU11025$$zBlumer, Eliane
000262487 909C0 $$0252517$$mbruno.herbelin@epfl.ch$$pCNP$$xU12599$$yApproved$$zBlumer, Eliane
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000262487 960__ $$amyeong.song@epfl.ch
000262487 961__ $$amanon.velasco@epfl.ch
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