On visual attentional selection: Materials on the V1 saliency hypothesis and related experiments.

Papers on visual decoding, perception, or neural responses after the input is selected by attention:

Zhaoping L. (2017) Feedback from higher to lower visual areas for visual recognition may be weaker in the periphery: glimpses from the perception of brief dichoptic stimuli. Vision Research, 136: 32--49.

Zhaoping L. and Ackermann J. (2018) Reversed Depth in Anticorrelated Random-Dot Stereograms and the Central-Peripheral Difference in Visual Inference Perception, https://doi.org/10.1177/0301006618758571

Wang, F. Chen, M. Yan, Y. Zhaoping, L. and Li, W. (2015) Modulation of neuronal responses by exogenous attention in macaque primary visual cortex The Journal of Neuroscience, 35(39):13419-13429.

Zhaoping L. & Jingling L. (2008) Filling-in and suppression of visual perception from context --- a Bayesian account of perceptual biases by contextual influences , PLoS Computational Biology 4(2): e14 doi:10.1371/journal.pcbi.0040014 the paper on PLoS Compt. Biol. website. And a slide presentation on this paper.

Zhaoping L. and Guyader N. Interference with bottom-up feature detection by higher-level object recognition , Published in Current Biology 17, 26-31, (2007).

Freeman E., Driver J., Sagi D, and Zhaoping L. Top-Down Modulation of Lateral Interactions in Early Vision: Does Attention Affect Integration of the Whole or Just Perception of the Parts? , Current Biology Volume 13, Issue 11 , 27 May 2003, Pages 985-989 [abstract]