On the nature of the delayed "inhibitory" cueing effects generated by uninformative arrows at fixation.


When the interval between a spatially uninformative arrow and a visual target is short (<500 ms), response times (RTs) are fastest when the arrow points to the target. When this interval exceeds 500 ms, there is a near-universal absence of an effect of the arrow on RTs. Contrary to this expected pattern of results, Taylor and Klein (J Exp Psychol Hum… (More)
DOI: 10.3758/s13423-013-0376-5

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