The temporal profile of covert, exogenous attention.

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Exogenous orienting of attention refers to rapid, involuntary shifts of attention that occur in response to salient events such as peripheral cues. Seminal work by Cheal and Lyon (1991) indicated that exogenous attention gradually accumulated at a cued location, peaked around 120ms after cue onset. Although widely cited, this temporal profile for exogenous attention is problematic because Cheal an...


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