Łucja Doradzińska

Łucja Doradzińska
Nencki Institute of Experimental Biology | NENCKI · Neurobiology Center

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To what extent the semantic relations present in scenes guide spatial attention automatically remains a matter of debate. Considering that spatial attention can be understood as a sequence of shifts, engagements, and disengagements, semantic relations might affect each stage of this process differently. Therefore, we investigated whether objects th...
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Recent studies suggest that a stimulus actively maintained in working memory (WM) automatically captures visual attention when subsequently perceived. Such a WM-based guidance effect has been consistently observed for stimuli defined by simple features, such as color or orientation, but studies using more complex stimuli provided inconclusive resul...
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Real-world scenes are typically complex and cluttered, but we are able to explore them and recognize individual objects rapidly and effortlessly. A growing body of evidence indicates that semantic relations present in scenes play a key role in the efficient recognition of objects. However, to what extent semantic relations are able to guide spatial...
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It is well established that stimuli representing or associated with ourselves, like our own name or an image of our own face, benefit from preferential processing. However, two key questions concerning the self‐prioritization mechanism remain to be addressed. First, does it operate in an automatic manner during the early processing, or rather in a...
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The P3 event-related potential has been known for over 50 years, but its function is still a matter of ongoing debate. Current theories interpret P3b either as a correlate of perceptual consciousness, or as reflecting cognitive processes, like working memory and executive functions. Unexpectedly, recent studies indicate that P3b might occur in resp...
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Recent studies suggest that a stimulus actively maintained in working memory (WM) automatically captures visual attention when subsequently perceived. However, such a WM guidance effect has been so far observed only for stimuli defined by simple features, such as colour or orientation. Here we investigated whether the effect occurs also for natural...
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Visual objects are typically perceived as parts of an entire visual scene, and the scene's context provides information crucial in the object recognition process. Fundamental insights into the mechanisms of context-object integration have come from research on semantically incongruent objects, which are defined as objects with a very low probabilit...
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It is intuitively clear and experimentally well established that stimuli representing ourselves, like our own name or face, benefit from preferential processing. However, two questions remain to be addressed. First, does the prioritization mechanism operate in an automatic manner during an early processing, or rather in a more controlled fashion at...

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