Acta Psychol (Amst) 2018 Apr 10;185:96-103. Epub 2018 Feb 10.
Crossmodal Research Laboratory, Department of Experimental Psychology, University of Oxford, Oxford, UK.
To date, crossmodal spatial cuing research has primarily investigated spatial attention modulated by the positioning of auditory cues, without addressing the question of the role played by sound parameters such as intensity change, waveform structure, or duration. Therefore in the present study, we investigated exogenous spatial cuing following the presentation of auditory cues having different intensity profiles (looming or receding), waveforms (triangular structured waveform or white noise), and durations (250 ms or 500 ms). Auditory cues were presented from one of four locations (front-left, front-right, rear-left, or rear-right). Read More