Inhibitory After-Effects in Spatial Processing: Experimental and Theoretical Issues on Inhibition of Return
A Special Issue of Cognitive Neuropsychology
When responding to a suddenly appearing stimulus, we are slower and/or less accurate when the stimulus occurs at the same location of a previous event, as compared to when it appears in a new location. This phenomenon, often called Inhibition of Return (IOR), has fostered a huge amount of research...
Published October 5th 2006 by Psychology Press