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cueing

 [ku´ing]
assisting an individual in the completion of a task by offering prompts.
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The reason why we blocked the cue condition was that we wanted to maximize the gaze cueing effect by having the observers anticipate that either leftward or rightward gaze shift surely occurred on each trial in the cue condition.
Underlying these opposite effects of cueing might be the perceptual processing in the dorsal vs.
The traditional cueing paradigm was used in sports-related research, for example, to examine if the ability to set attention is different between athletes and non-athletes (e.
The study by Nieuwboer is the first large randomised controlled trial with sufficient power evaluating home-based cueing strategies in PD, provided by specifically trained physical therapists.
Posner (1980) originally demonstrated the costs and benefits of attentional cueing.
The present study was a spatial cueing experiment which involved the presentation of peripheral cue stimuli which, across three conditions, either conveyed useful information regarding the likely location of the impending target (i.
In the last two decades, much research has addressed whether cueing effects and their typical time course are the products of inflexible, hardwired properties of our reflexive orienting mechanism, or the products of flexible processes that are subject to strategic modulation (see Cave & Bichot, 1999, and Ruz & Lupianez, 2002, for reviews).
In this paper we investigate two important assumptions underlying recent explanations of a novel finding in the attentional cueing literature, the symbolic cueing effect for non-predictive, central cues.
An initial study of the effects of three-dimensional auditory cueing on visual target detection.
Initial studies designed to disentangle the contribution of cueing the shape and cueing the spatial position to the performance of a detection task had failed to show any effect of shape.