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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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A target was presented at the cued location (eccentric condition) or at the location 8.
Consequently, if IOR is a bias against attention returning to a previously attended location, no IOR should be observed until attention leaves the cued location (Klein, 2000; Posner & Cohen, 1984).
Therefore, allocation of attention through spatial cuing results in more accurate and faster processing of information in the space surrounding the cued region.
Lambert, Spencer, and Mohindra (1987), for example, found that the degree of attention capture elicited by a peripheral cue which indicated likely contralateral target appearance was reduced when participants were informed that the target was unlikely to appear at the cued location (relative to the group of participants who were not informed of the contingent relationship between cue and target locations).
According to Posner and colleagues, visual attention may be first oriented towards the cued location in an obligatory and automatic manner.
An unexpected target, the nuclear weapon, was presented twice in each block of trials; it was never cued directly but was presented concurrently with a target object that was cued (once precisely and once imprecisely).
Following this logic, target detection is faster for valid than invalidly cued targets because attentional resources are assigned to the validly cued target location prior to target onset.
d) How does the order in which targets are detected vary when some targets are cued and some are not?
According to our results, the information given by the irrelevant cue was used to privilege the processing of the stimuli presented inside the cued geometric shape, in a way analogous to what happens with a spatial cue.
Sometimes their detection was aided by cuing, but not all targets were cued, and occasionally nontargets were cued.
One of the peripheral boxes is flashed before the target appears thus summoning attention to this location, and responses to the target are usually faster when they appear at this cued location than when they appear at the uncued location.
When the density of global distractors is greater than 0%, the local area is cued only with nonequivalent densities of local and global distractors (e.