Consequences of covert orienting to non-informative stimuli of different modalities: A unitary mechanism?

@article{Tassinari1996ConsequencesOC,
  title={Consequences of covert orienting to non-informative stimuli of different modalities: A unitary mechanism?},
  author={Giancarlo Tassinari and Djenana Campara},
  journal={Neuropsychologia},
  year={1996},
  volume={34},
  pages={235-245}
}
Reaction time (RT) to visual targets is lengthened following non-informative cues presented in the same location, or in different locations but in the same hemifield as the targets. RT lengthening is best accounted for by the voluntary suppression of an overt orienting toward the location of the cue: this veto produces an inhibition of the overall motor reactivity towards stimuli presented in the entire hemifield of the cue. This paper shows that ipsilateral inhibition is not unique to the… CONTINUE READING
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