Inhibition of object identity in inhibition of return:implications for encoding and retrieving inhibitory processes
Grison, Sarah; Paul, Matthew A.; Kessler, Klaus; Tipper, Steven P.;
Inhibition of return (IOR) effects, in which participants detect a target in a cued box more slowly than one in an uncued box, suggest that behavior is aided by inhibition of recently attended irrelevant locations. To investigate the controversial question of whether in... View more
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