Evidence against response bias in temporal order tasks with attention manipulation by masked primes.

I. Scharlau, Psychological Research 68 (2004) 224–236.

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Scharlau, Ingrid
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Attending to a location shortens the perceptual latency of stimuli appearing at this location (perceptual latency priming). According to attentional explanations, perceptual latency priming relies on the speeded transfer of attended visual information into an internal model. However, doubts about the attentional origin have repeatedly been raised because efforts to minimize response bias have been insufficient in most studies. Five experiments investigated the contribution of a response bias to perceptual latency priming (judgment bias due to the two-alternative forced-choice method and due to the existence of the prime, criterion effects or second-order bias, sensorimotor priming). If any, only small response biases were found. The results thus support the attentional explanation. (PsycINFO Database Record (c) 2016 APA, all rights reserved)
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Psychological Research
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68
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4
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224 - 236
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Scharlau I. Evidence against response bias in temporal order tasks with attention manipulation by masked primes. Psychological Research. 2004;68(4):224-236.
Scharlau, I. (2004). Evidence against response bias in temporal order tasks with attention manipulation by masked primes. Psychological Research, 68(4), 224–236.
@article{Scharlau_2004, title={Evidence against response bias in temporal order tasks with attention manipulation by masked primes.}, volume={68}, number={4}, journal={Psychological Research}, author={Scharlau, Ingrid}, year={2004}, pages={224–236} }
Scharlau, Ingrid. “Evidence against Response Bias in Temporal Order Tasks with Attention Manipulation by Masked Primes.” Psychological Research 68, no. 4 (2004): 224–36.
I. Scharlau, “Evidence against response bias in temporal order tasks with attention manipulation by masked primes.,” Psychological Research, vol. 68, no. 4, pp. 224–236, 2004.
Scharlau, Ingrid. “Evidence against Response Bias in Temporal Order Tasks with Attention Manipulation by Masked Primes.” Psychological Research, vol. 68, no. 4, 2004, pp. 224–36.

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