publication . Other literature type . 1999

Goal-driven and stimulus-driven control of visual attention in a multiple-cue paradigm

Richard, Christian M.;
  • Published: 01 Jan 1999
  • Publisher: The University of British Columbia
Twelve spatial-cueing experiments examined stimulus-driven and goal-driven control of visual attention orienting under multiple-cue conditions. Spatial cueing involves presenting a cue at a potential target location before a target appears in a display, and measuring the cue's effect on responses to the target stimulus. Under certain conditions, a cue that appears abruptly in a display (direct cue) can speed responses to a target appearing at the previously cued location relative to other uncued locations (called the cue effect). The experiments in this dissertation used a new multiple-cue procedure to decouple the effects of stimulus-driven and goal-driven proc...
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