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The three attentional networks: On their independence and interactions
The present investigation was aimed to the study of the three attentional networks (Alerting, Orienting, and Executive Function) and their interactions. A modification of the task developed by Fan,Expand
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Flexible Conceptual Projection of Time Onto Spatial Frames of Reference
Flexibility in conceptual projection constitutes one of the most challenging issues in the embodiment and conceptual metaphor literatures. Expand
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Does IOR occur in discrimination tasks? Yes, it does, but later
When a stimulus appears in a previously cued location several hundred milliseconds after the cue, the time required to detect that stimulus is greater than when it appears in an uncued location. ThisExpand
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Analyzing the generality of conflict adaptation effects.
Conflict adaptation effects refer to the reduction of interference when the incongruent stimulus occurs immediately after an incongruent trial, compared with when it occurs after a congruent trial.Expand
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Attending, ignoring, and repetition: On the relation between negative priming and inhibition of return
A series of spatial localization experiments is reported that addresses the relation betweennegative priming andinhibition of return. The results of Experiment 1 demonstrate that slowed responses toExpand
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Attention and Anxiety
Anxiety modulates the functioning of attention. Although the existence of this relationship is clear, its nature is still poorly defined. Added are the facts that different types of anxiety—state orExpand
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Two cognitive and neural systems for endogenous and exogenous spatial attention
Orienting of spatial attention is a family of phylogenetically old mechanisms developed to select information for further processing. Information can be selected via top-down or endogenousExpand
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A review of attentional capture: On its automaticity and sensitivity to endogenous control.
Una revision sobre captura atencional: automaticidad y susceptibilidad de control endogeno. Es bien conocido que estimulos irrelevantes pueden determinar donde atendemos. Sin embargo, en laExpand
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On the Strategic Modulation of the Time Course of Facilitation and Inhibition of Return
In studies of exogenous attentional orienting, response times for targets at previously cued locations are often longer than those for targets at previously uncued locations. This effect is knownExpand
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Sustained vs. transient cognitive control: Evidence of a behavioral dissociation
This study assessed whether two well known effects associated with cognitive control, conflict adaptation (the Gratton effect) and conflict context (proportion congruent effects), reflect a singleExpand
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