Foreperiod and sequential effects: theory and data
This chapter describes the sequential effect of foreperiod and explains how this may cast light on some fundamental properties of temporal attention. It discusses the results of studies concerning trace-conditioning and also talks about the dual-process views regarding the sequential effect of foreperiod. It suggests that the classical response time-foreperiod function conceals a highly robust source of variance embodied by the asymmetric sequential effect of foreperiod.
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