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Endogenous cuing cuing in a VOLUNTARY attention task where an arrow points to the likely location for the next target. If target appears as cued, it is a valid trial, if not, it is an invalid trial, if cue is neutral, we have a neutral trial
Exogenous cuing cuing in a REFLEXIVE attention task where light flashes occur but do not predict a location of the target. benefits are better around the flash
Inhibition of Return a phenomena whereby the recently reflexively attended location becomes inhibited over time- responses to stimuli there are slower
P20-50 effect. N1 auditory potential evidence for early selection models
M20-50 effect in Heschl's gyri
peripheral spatial cuing stare at centre, cue appears in peripheri as will target
Created by: renger6002