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cue

1. (in the theatre, films, music, etc.) anything spoken or done that serves as a signal to an actor, musician, etc., to follow with specific lines or action
2. Psychol the part of any sensory pattern that is identified as the signal for a response
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As an alternative to a conventional cueing paradigm, we raise a gaze cueing paradigm (1).
However, in peripheral cueing paradigms, in which IOR is observed, the peripheral cue not only affects target detection, but it also affects its selection and discrimination.
Gaze Cueing of Attention: Visual Attention, Social Cognition, and Individual Differences.
So far, we cited evidence that the cueing paradigm is able to capture attentional processes including the size of the visual focus of attention in visual search tasks.
An important physiotherapy intervention for gait-related problems due to PD is the use of cueing strategies (Morris 2006).
Participants were required to attend to a particular location through directional cueing, and to make a saccade to the same or a different location to detect a visual target.
the cue in spatial cueing studies) is irrelevant to the task at hand (Jonides, 1981), and even, in many instances, when it is known that orienting attention to the cued location will be detrimental to performance (e.
Two experiments are reported that test whether the modulation of exogenous cuing effects by the presence of a distractor at the location opposite the target (altering the time course of cueing effects, Lupianez et al.
An investigation of the effect of assisted target cueing on operator target acquisition performance with first generation FLIR imagery.
Although symbolic cueing effects have been reliably demonstrated, the underlying mechanisms that produce these effects are not well understood.