Do ERP components triggered during attentional orienting represent supramodal attentional control?

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Authors: Seiss, E., Gherri, E., Eardley, A.F. and Eimer, M.

Journal: Psychophysiology

Volume: 44

Issue: 6

Pages: 987-990

ISSN: 0048-5772

DOI: 10.1111/j.1469-8986.2007.00591.x

Lateralized ERP components triggered during cued shifts of spatial attention (anterior directing attention negativity [ADAN], late directing attention positivity [LDAP]) have been observed during visual, auditory, and tactile attention tasks, suggesting that these components reflect supramodal attentional control processes. This interpretation has recently been called into question by the finding that the ADAN is absent in response to auditory attention cues. Here we demonstrate that ADAN and LDAP components are reliably elicited in a purely unimodal auditory attention task where auditory cues are followed by auditory imperative stimuli. The fact that the ADAN is not restricted to task contexts where visual or tactile stimuli are relevant is consistent with the hypothesis that this component is linked to supramodal attentional control.

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Authors: Seiss, E., Gherri, E., Eardley, A.F. and Eimer, M.

Journal: Psychophysiology

Volume: 44

Issue: 6

Pages: 987-990

eISSN: 1469-8986

ISSN: 0048-5772

DOI: 10.1111/j.1469-8986.2007.00591.x

Lateralized ERP components triggered during cued shifts of spatial attention (anterior directing attention negativity [ADAN], late directing attention positivity [LDAP]) have been observed during visual, auditory, and tactile attention tasks, suggesting that these components reflect supramodal attentional control processes. This interpretation has recently been called into question by the finding that the ADAN is absent in response to auditory attention cues. Here we demonstrate that ADAN and LDAP components are reliably elicited in a purely unimodal auditory attention task where auditory cues are followed by auditory imperative stimuli. The fact that the ADAN is not restricted to task contexts where visual or tactile stimuli are relevant is consistent with the hypothesis that this component is linked to supramodal attentional control. Copyright © 2007 Society for Psychophysiological Research.

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Authors: Seiss, E., Gherri, E., Eardley, A.F. and Eimer, M.

Journal: PSYCHOPHYSIOLOGY

Volume: 44

Issue: 6

Pages: 987-990

ISSN: 0048-5772

DOI: 10.1111/j.1469-8986.2007.00591.x

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Authors: Seiss, E., Gherri, E., Eardley, A.F. and Eimer, M.

Journal: Psychophysiology

Volume: 44

Issue: 6

Pages: 987-990

eISSN: 1540-5958

ISSN: 0048-5772

Lateralized ERP components triggered during cued shifts of spatial attention (anterior directing attention negativity [ADAN], late directing attention positivity [LDAP]) have been observed during visual, auditory, and tactile attention tasks, suggesting that these components reflect supramodal attentional control processes. This interpretation has recently been called into question by the finding that the ADAN is absent in response to auditory attention cues. Here we demonstrate that ADAN and LDAP components are reliably elicited in a purely unimodal auditory attention task where auditory cues are followed by auditory imperative stimuli. The fact that the ADAN is not restricted to task contexts where visual or tactile stimuli are relevant is consistent with the hypothesis that this component is linked to supramodal attentional control.

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