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Selective Attention Controls Olfactory Decisions and the Neural Encoding of Odors

Volume: 28, Issue: 14, Pages: 2195 - 2205.e4
Published: Jul 1, 2018
Abstract
Critical animal behaviors, especially among rodents, are guided by odors in remarkably well-coordinated manners, yet many extramodal sensory cues compete for cognitive resources in these ecological contexts. That rodents can engage in such odor-guided behaviors suggests that they can selectively attend to odors. Indeed, higher-order cognitive processes-such as learning, memory, decision making, and action selection-rely on the proper filtering...
Paper Details
Title
Selective Attention Controls Olfactory Decisions and the Neural Encoding of Odors
Published Date
Jul 1, 2018
Volume
28
Issue
14
Pages
2195 - 2205.e4
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