Spatial attentional shifts: further evidence for the role of polysensory mechanisms using visual and tactile stimuli.

@article{Butter1989SpatialAS,
  title={Spatial attentional shifts: further evidence for the role of polysensory mechanisms using visual and tactile stimuli.},
  author={Charles M Butter and Henry A. Buchtel and Riccardo Santucci},
  journal={Neuropsychologia},
  year={1989},
  volume={27 10},
  pages={1231-40}
}
Normal subjects performed simple reaction time responses to lateralized visual target stimuli (Experiment 1) and lateralized tactile target stimuli (Experiment 2). In each experiment, the lateralized targets were preceded at one of four intervals by a visual or tactile cue located on the same (valid cue), or opposite (invalid cue) side, or on both sides (neutral cue). The validity of the visual and tactile cues influenced the speed of response to either target stimulus. These findings, together… CONTINUE READING

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