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Walk, stop, search : the effect of simulated motion on visual attention
Responses in covert orienting of visual attention tasks (COVAT) produce a biphasic pattern of results. When the stimulus onset asynchrony (SOA) is less than 300 ms, reaction times (RTs) to cued targets are faster than ...
Examining the effects of trial order and conditioning on the covert orienting of visual attention task (COVAT)
It has recently been reported by Deller (2006) that the mechanisms of early facilitation followed by late inhibition of return (IOR) attenuated upon ANS activation, manipulated through head-down neck flexion (HDNF). The ...
The Use of a Hockey Specific Stimulus to Measure the Efficiency of the Attention Networks
Attention is an important component to successful participation in a variety of sports and activities. Attention can be thought of as three separate but functionally interrelated networks; Alerting, Orienting and Executive ...