Audiovisual links in endogenous covert spatial attention.

@article{Spence1996AudiovisualLI,
  title={Audiovisual links in endogenous covert spatial attention.},
  author={Charles Spence and Jon Driver},
  journal={Journal of experimental psychology. Human perception and performance},
  year={1996},
  volume={22 4},
  pages={1005-30}
}
In 7 experiments we investigated cross-modal links for endogenous covert spatial orienting in hearing and vision. Participants judged the elevation (up vs. down) of auditory or visual targets regardless of their laterality or modality. When participants were informed that targets were more likely on 1 side, elevation judgments were faster on that side, even if the modality of the target was uncertain. When participants expected a target on a particular side in just 1 modality, corresponding… CONTINUE READING
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