Temporal orienting in audition, touch, and across modalities
This chapter examines the possible role of temporal orienting of attention in modulating early perceptual processing. It discusses the results of four studies that provide evidence that explicit temporal orienting enhances early, perceptual stages of auditory processing. This chapter shows that early tactile processing stages are also enhanced by temporal attention and suggests that future related studies should focus on investigating the preconditions for enhancement of perceptual processing steps by temporal orienting.
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