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Goal-directed behaviour requires flexible prioritisation of relevant sensations in space and time. A recent paper by Denison et al. brings time into a canonical model of voluntary selective attention. We reflect on this breakthrough and consider the opportunities it offers for future research on the dynamic fabric of mind.

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Trends Cogn Sci

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computational model, perception, psychophysics, temporal, trade-off, visual