The time course of alerting effect over orienting in the attention network test

@article{Fuentes2007TheTC,
  title={The time course of alerting effect over orienting in the attention network test},
  author={Luis J Fuentes and Guillermo Campoy},
  journal={Experimental Brain Research},
  year={2007},
  volume={185},
  pages={667-672}
}
In the present experiment we used a version of the attention network test (ANT) similar to that of Callejas et al. (Exp Brain Res 167:27–37, 2005) to assess the Posner’s attention networks (alerting, orienting and conflict), and their interactions. We observed shorter reaction times with alerting tone than with no alerting tone trials (the alerting effect); with cued than with uncued trials (the orienting effect); and with congruent than with incongruent trials (the conflict effect). These… CONTINUE READING

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