The cues were red (Snowden, 2002), had an elliptical form (Pan & Eriksen, 1993), and were presented on a white background (for an example of the local cueing condition head, see slide 2 in Figure 1).
The analysis revealed a significant main effect for cueing condition (F[2.
The control condition led--in comparison to all other cueing conditions--to the fastest response times.
Due to the fact that the cueing effects are very robust and were replicated numerous times, it is likely that the methodological modification has changed the character of the cueing task fundamentally.
That is, in Experiment 2, the modified version of the cueing experiment--including sport-specific static slides and a decision-making task--was used as in the first experiment.