Oculomotor capture and Inhibition of Return: evidence for an oculomotor suppression account of IOR.

@article{Godijn2002OculomotorCA,
  title={Oculomotor capture and Inhibition of Return: evidence for an oculomotor suppression account of IOR.},
  author={Richard Godijn and Jan Theeuwes},
  journal={Psychological research},
  year={2002},
  volume={66 4},
  pages={234-46}
}
Previous research has shown that when subjects search for a particular target object the sudden appearance of a new object captures the eyes on a large proportion of trials. The present study examined whether the onset affects the oculomotor system even when the eyes move directly towards the target. Using a modified version of the oculomotor paradigm (see Theeuwes, Kramer, Hahn, & Irwin, 1998) we show that when the eyes moved to the target object, subsequent saccades were inhibited from moving… CONTINUE READING

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