Linking Covert and overt attention

Behavioral and Brain Sciences 22 (4):676-677 (1999)
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Findlay & Walker's target article questions whether covert attention plays any role in normal visual scanning (overt attention). My commentary suggests that there is indeed a very close link between the processes that govern covert and overt attention.
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