Paradigm Class - Visuospatial Attention

Visuospatial Attention

Make cued/noncued shifts of visual attention to a particular spatial location in the visual field. Responses can be overt (with eye movement to target location) or covert (fixating on a central target while paying attention to spatial location changes of peripheral target). Also includes the Posner and Simon task. First: Eriksen & Hoffman, 1972 Most: Paus, et al. 1993

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