Covert visual search within and beyond the effective oculomotor range

@article{Smith2014CovertVS,
  title={Covert visual search within and beyond the effective oculomotor range},
  author={Daniel T. Smith and Keira Ball and Amanda Ellison},
  journal={Vision Research},
  year={2014},
  volume={95},
  pages={11-17}
}
Covert spatial attention is tightly coupled to the eye-movement system, but the precise nature of this coupling remains contentious. Recent research has argued that covert attention and overt eye-movements many share a common biological limit, such that covert exogenous orienting of attention is limited to stimuli that fall within the range of possible eye movements (the effective oculomotor range: EOMR). However, this conclusion is based on a single experimental paradigm: The Posner cueing… CONTINUE READING
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