Reorienting attention and inhibition of return.

@article{Prime2006ReorientingAA,
  title={Reorienting attention and inhibition of return.},
  author={David J. Prime and Troy A. W. Visser and Lawrence M Ward},
  journal={Perception & psychophysics},
  year={2006},
  volume={68 8},
  pages={
          1310-23
        }
}
In experiments examining inhibition of return (IOR), it is common practice to present a second cue at fixation during the cue-target interval. The purpose of this fixation cue is to reorient attention away from the cued location to ensure that the facilitative effects of spatial attention do not obscure IOR. However, despite their frequent use, relatively little is known about the relationship between fixation cues and IOR. In the present experiments, we examined the role of fixation cues by… CONTINUE READING

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