The _______ is implicated in working memory, and thus may provide crucial information about novelty by comparing the present state of stimuli with that of the recent past.
The _______ lies at about the posterior end of the Sylvian fissure. It plays a role in shifting attention to a new location after target onset, especially if the stimulus is unexpected.
The _______ is important for establishing gaze in accordance with cognitive goals (top-down processes) rather than with any characteristics of stimuli (bottom-up processes). It has rich interconnections with the superior colliculus, which is important for planned eye movements.
The _______ is a region in the human parietal lobe that is especially involved in voluntary, top-down control of attention.
Vernal frontal cortex (VFC)
Temperopariety junction (TPJ)
Frontal eye field (FEF)
Intraparietal sulcus (IPS)
Textbook Reference: Sources of Attention: A Network of Brain Sites Creates and Directs Attention