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cueing

(ˈkjuːɪŋ)
n
(Electronics) another name for foldback
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Previous studies that investigated the mislocalization of a target have employed a cueing paradigm in which external objects were presented to control the location of observers' attentional focus.
In the first two experiments of this paper an extra factor was considered: the presence of an intervening event at fixation between the cue and target events reversed the facilitatory cueing effect into IOR.
Research on gaze cueing has shown that participants find partners who establish mutual gaze with them more likable and attractive than those who avert their gaze (Mason, Tatkow, and Macrae 2005).
Chapters are in sections on cued speech and cued language, cued speech for phonological perception, cueing for natural language acquisition, cued language for the development of reading, and cued speech and cued language for atypical populations.
Several researchers use Posner's cueing paradigm to examine the role of attention in human behavior.
Summary of: Nieuwboer A, Kwakkel G, Rochester L, Jones D, van Wegen E, Willems AM, Chavret F, Hetherington V, Baker K, Lim I (2007) Cueing training in the home improves gait-related mobility in Parkinson's disease: the RESCUE trial.
This alternative weight distribution reduces bad cueing techniques andencourages players to work the cue through their hands much straighter and on a more parallel path.
Therefore, allocation of attention through spatial cueing results in more accurate and faster processing of information in the space surrounding the cued region irrespective of whether a saccadic eye movement is necessary or not.
Unreliable automated attention cueing for air-ground targeting and traffic maneuvering.
Posner and colleagues (Posner, 1980; Posner, Nissen, & Ogden, 1978) developed the spatial cueing task to measure covert shifts of visual attention.
If a ball isn't used, a whistle can be blown to indicate that a shot has been taken, cueing the players to work for rebounding position.
According to the Three Cueing Systems model of reading, there are three cues that every good reader depends upon to decode words in running text.