Direct parameter specification of an attention shift: evidence from perceptual latency priming

@article{Scharlau2003DirectPS,
  title={Direct parameter specification of an attention shift: evidence from perceptual latency priming},
  author={Ingrid Scharlau and Ulrich Ansorge},
  journal={Vision Research},
  year={2003},
  volume={43},
  pages={1351-1363}
}
In the direct parameter specification (DPS) mode of sensorimotor control, response parameters can be specified by stimuli that are not consciously perceived [Psychological Research/Psychologische Forschung 52 (1990) 207]. DPS is contingent on the current intentions. The invisible stimuli can be processed for the purposes of sensorimotor control only if they match the actual intentions, for example, share task-relevant features. The present experiments explore whether attentional capture by… CONTINUE READING

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