Oculomotor interference during manual response preparation: evidence from the response-cueing paradigm

Abstract

Preparation provided by visual location cues is known to speed up behavior. However, the role of concurrent saccades in response to visual cues remains unclear. In this study, participants performed a spatial precueing task by pressing one of four response keys with one of four fingers (two of each hand) while eye movements were monitored. Prior to the… (More)
DOI: 10.3758/s13414-010-0051-0

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