Spatial attention modulates feature crosstalk in visual word processing.

Abstract

One major idea about spatial attention is that it serves to modulate crosstalk between features during reading. Two reading aloud experiments are reported in which a cue-validity manipulation was combined with manipulations that are thought to increase the likelihood of feature-level crosstalk: interletter spacing and the presence or absence of irrelevant… (More)
DOI: 10.3758/APP.72.4.989

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