Parallel allocation of attention prior to the execution of saccade sequences.

@article{Godijn2003ParallelAO,
  title={Parallel allocation of attention prior to the execution of saccade sequences.},
  author={Richard Godijn and Jan Theeuwes},
  journal={Journal of experimental psychology. Human perception and performance},
  year={2003},
  volume={29 5},
  pages={
          882-96
        }
}
In a series of 5 experiments, the allocation of attention prior to the execution of saccade sequences was examined by using a dual-task paradigm. In the primary task, participants were required to execute a sequence of 2 endogenous saccades. The secondary task was a forced-choice letter identification task. During the programming of the saccade sequences, letters were briefly presented at the saccade goals and at no-saccade locations. The results showed that performance was better for letters… CONTINUE READING

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