The Effects of Individual Differences on Cued Antisaccade Performance

Taylor, Alisdair J.G.; University Of Sussex & Hutton, Samuel B.; University Of Sussex
In the antisaccade task, pre-cueing the location of a correct response has the paradoxical effect of increasing errors. It has been suggested that this effect occurs because participants adopt an "antisaccade task set" and treat the cue as if was a target - directing attention away from the precue and towards the location of the impending target. This hypothesis was tested using a mixed pro / antisaccade task. In addition the effects of individual differences...
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