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cueing

 [ku´ing]
assisting an individual in the completion of a task by offering prompts.
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This study investigated the effect of manipulating target object context on the magnitude of attentional cueing via the observation of non-informative directional arrows or eye-gaze.
According to the derived peripheral cueing hypothesis, participants should orient towards the colour that had been associated with the target during the training phase of the experiment.
A recent hypothesis proposed by Klein (2000) seems to account well for this modulation of cueing effects by task difficulty.
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.e.
Early research using the symbolic cueing method suggested cueing effects could occur only when cues offered predictive information about the likely location of a following target (Jonides, 1981).
Auditory spatial cueing in visual search tasks: Effects of amplitude, contrast and duration.
It seems inadequate to think of the cueing effect obtained here as a filtering process.
At the 150 ms SOA, as expected, they found that only uninformative cues that shared a target-relevant feature produced cueing effects.
We report two experiments that examine the effects of practice on the early facilitation and later inhibition of return (IOR) effects of cueing in detection and color-discrimination tasks.
The current nonpharmacological mainstay technique for the management of FoG is the adoption of external cueing. External cueing techniques use forms of sensory stimuli to prevent or relieve the FoG episode, which may include the use of visual or auditory cueing devices.
Multisensor cross cueing technology is put forward and developed to solve the problem of dynamic management of sensors, meaning that when sensors carry out tasks together, they can cue with each other, and the cued sensors can get the information about targets directly to get further information about targets [1-3].
As can be seen, there was an N2pc in the relevant and in the irrelevant cueing conditions.