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The disengagement of visual attention in the gap paradigm across adolescence

, Heidelberglaan 1, 3584 CS Utrecht , The Netherlands 3 S. Van der Stigchel Attentional disengagement is important for successful interaction with our environment. The efficiency of attentional disengagement is

Visual priming through a boost of the target signal: Evidence from saccadic landing positions

M. Meeter 0 S. Van der Stigchel 0 0 S. Van der Stigchel Experimental Psychology, Helmholtz Institute, Utrecht University , Utrecht , The Netherlands 1 ) Department of Cognitive Psychology, VU

Exogenous spatial attention decreases audiovisual integration

Multisensory integration (MSI) and spatial attention are both mechanisms through which the processing of sensory information can be facilitated. Studies on the interaction between spatial attention and MSI have mainly focused on the interaction between endogenous spatial attention and MSI. Most of these studies have shown that endogenously attending a multisensory target enhances...

Audiovisual integration in near and far space: effects of changes in distance and stimulus effectiveness

A factor that is often not considered in multisensory research is the distance from which information is presented. Interestingly, various studies have shown that the distance at which information is presented can modulate the strength of multisensory interactions. In addition, our everyday multisensory experience in near and far space is rather asymmetrical in terms of retinal...

Erratum to: Exogenous orienting of crossmodal attention in 3-D space: Support for a depth-aware crossmodal attentional system

Stigchel 0 T. C. W. Nijboer e-mail: 0 0 T. C. W. Nijboer Brain Center Rudolf Magnus and Center of Excellence for Rehabilitation Medicine, University Medical Center Utrecht and De Hoogstraat Rehabilitation

The Role of the Frontal Eye Fields in Oculomotor Competition: Image-Guided TMS Enhances Contralateral Target Selection

In order to execute a correct eye movement to a target in a search display, a saccade program toward the target element must be activated, while saccade programs toward distracting elements must be inhibited. The aim of the present study was to elucidate the role of the frontal eye fields (FEFs) in oculomotor competition. Functional magnetic resonance imaging-guided single-pulse...

A global effect of capture saccades

When two target elements are presented in close proximity, the endpoint of a saccade is generally positioned at an intermediate location (‘global effect’). Here, we investigated whether the global effect also occurs for eye movements executed to distracting elements. To this end, we adapted the oculomotor capture paradigm such that on a subset of trials, two distractors were...