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Retrieval of implicit inhibitory processes: The impact of visual field, object-identity, and memory dynamics

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After exogenously cueing attention to a peripheral location, the return of attention and response to the location can be inhibited. We demonstrate that these inhibitory mechanisms of attention can be associated with objects and can be automatically and implicitly retrieved over relatively long periods. Furthermore, we also show that when face stimuli are associated with inhibition, the effect is more robust for faces presented in the left visual field. This effect can be even more spatially specific, where most robust inhibition is obtained for faces presented in the upper as compared to the lower visual field. Finally, it is revealed that the inhibition is associated with an object's identity, as inhibition moves with an object to a new location; and that the retrieved inhibition is only transiently present after retrieval.
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Document Type: Research Article

Affiliations: 1: Duesseldorf University, Germany 2: University of Wales, Bangor, UK

Publication date: 2004-11-01

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