GIVE me your attention: Differentiating goal identification and goal execution components of the anti-saccade effect

@inproceedings{Myles2019GIVEMY,
  title={GIVE me your attention: Differentiating goal identification and goal execution components of the anti-saccade effect},
  author={Owen Myles and Ben Grafton and Patrick Clarke and Colin MacLeod},
  booktitle={PloS one},
  year={2019}
}
The anti-saccade task is a commonly used method of assessing individual differences in cognitive control. It has been shown that a number of clinical disorders are characterised by increased anti-saccade cost. However, it remains unknown whether this reflects impaired goal identification or impaired goal execution, because, to date, no procedure has been developed to independently assess these two components of anti-saccade cost. The aim of the present study was to develop such an assessment… CONTINUE READING

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