Responds to the J. Lupianez and B. Weaver (see record 1998-04685-009) comments on the G. Tassinari et al (see record 1994-20171-001) discussion on the role of peripheral non-informative cues in the early facilitation of target detection. The current authors present further data and ideas which support the original claim which was disputed by Lupianez and Weaver: that the inhibitory effect precedes the facilitatory effect. ((c) 1998 APA/PsycINFO, all rights reserved)

On the time course of exogenous cueing effects: a response to Lupianez and Weaver

TASSINARI, Giancarlo;CHELAZZI, Leonardo;BERLUCCHI, Giovanni
1998

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Responds to the J. Lupianez and B. Weaver (see record 1998-04685-009) comments on the G. Tassinari et al (see record 1994-20171-001) discussion on the role of peripheral non-informative cues in the early facilitation of target detection. The current authors present further data and ideas which support the original claim which was disputed by Lupianez and Weaver: that the inhibitory effect precedes the facilitatory effect. ((c) 1998 APA/PsycINFO, all rights reserved)
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