The effects of ignored versus foveated cues upon inhibition of return: an event-related potential study.

@article{Satel2013TheEO,
  title={The effects of ignored versus foveated cues upon inhibition of return: an event-related potential study.},
  author={Jason Satel and Matthew D. Hilchey and Zhiguo Wang and Ross Story and Raymond M Klein},
  journal={Attention, perception & psychophysics},
  year={2013},
  volume={75 1},
  pages={29-40}
}
Taylor and Klein (Journal of Experimental Psychology: Human Perception and Performance 26:1639-1656, 2000) discovered two mutually exclusive "flavors" of inhibition of return (IOR): When the oculomotor system is "actively suppressed," IOR affects input processes (the perception/attention flavor), whereas when the oculomotor system is "engaged," IOR affects output processes (the motor flavor). Studies of brain activity with ignored cues have typically reported that IOR reduces an early sensory… CONTINUE READING

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