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ANOVA revealed that age group showed more facilitation of cued target in young than it did in old adults. This trend of results was maintained across six 10-minute time periods, which revealed that young subjects performed better than did old adults over time. Similarly, more benefit of cue validity was associated with young subjects across six blocks. 6). A similar trend on RT performance was also observed. 6 Mean sensitivity index scores under 300 and 450 SOA Orienting Attention and Cued Sustained Attention 27 The general findings of the orienting attention suggested that subjects moved their attention to the cued location and generated an expectation (focussed attention).
Post hoc tests for the simple 36 Muhammad Kamal Uddin et al. main effect of the interaction between experimental condition and target eccentricity showed that foveal bias in the ‘with landmark’ conditions (flashed and non-flashed) were significantly lower than in the ‘without landmark’ condition at 9º target eccentricity. 8 ms and the highest foveal bias corresponding to 0 ms SOA. 8 ms, and ‘non-flashed’) and ‘Without landmark’ conditions and 3 target eccentricities (3: filled circle, 6: open circle, and 9: triangle).
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