Gaze cueing and group effects in a modified Posner cueing task (mGCP)

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There is strong evidence to suggest that group size affects spatial attention shifts, but it was never demonstrated in a high-controlled laboratory setting. We will measure shifts in spatial attention with a modified Posner cueing task. Therefore, and in contrast to the classical gaze cueing task, we display three faces at given trials for which the basic congruency effect is expected. Furthermor...


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