Inhibition of return (IOR) refers to the slowing of responses to stimuli presented at the same location as a preceding cue. However, the cue-target paradigm used in most previous studies may have overestimated the contribution of eye movement programming to IOR, due to the existence of manual response inhibition effects. This confound can be circumvented by using a target-target paradigm in which participants respond to all stimuli. Here, we compared IOR magnitude from tactile cue-target and ...Expand abstract
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Tactile inhibition of return: non-ocular response inhibition and mode of response.
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