Presentation modality influences behavioral measures of alerting, orienting, and executive control.

@article{Roberts2006PresentationMI,
  title={Presentation modality influences behavioral measures of alerting, orienting, and executive control.},
  author={Katherine L. Roberts and A Q Summerfield and Deborah Ann Hall},
  journal={Journal of the International Neuropsychological Society : JINS},
  year={2006},
  volume={12 4},
  pages={
          485-92
        }
}
The Attention Network Test (ANT) uses visual stimuli to separately assess the attentional skills of alerting (improved performance following a warning cue), spatial orienting (an additional benefit when the warning cue also cues target location), and executive control (impaired performance when a target stimulus contains conflicting information). This study contrasted performance on auditory and visual versions of the ANT to determine whether the measures it obtains are influenced by… CONTINUE READING

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