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a subtle pointing out

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an actor's line that immediately precedes and serves as a reminder for some action or speech

evidence that helps to solve a problem

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a stimulus that provides information about what to do

sports implement consisting of a tapering rod used to strike a cue ball in pool or billiards

assist (somebody acting or reciting) by suggesting the next words of something forgotten or imperfectly learned

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Greater cueing towards faces, compared with scrambled displays, was found (Experiment 1).
If one of the cues produced a clear luminance change, while the other produced a weak or absent luminance contrast, then cueing effects would likely be dominated by conventional reflexive orienting (immediate, reflex attention, in James' terminology) towards the more salient cue (see Posner & Cohen, 1984; Posner, Cohen & Rafal, 1982).
One piece of evidence that is difficult to explain in terms of an increase of attentional orienting to the cue for difficult discriminations comes from the findings of Lupianez and colleagues (1999; 2001), where a distracting stimulus (an asterisk) was introduced simultaneous with the onset of the target, but in the opposite location, in a conventional peripheral cueing study.
In previous versions of the spatial cueing task, a variety of responses to the target have been required of observers, including simple detection (e.g.
Much of the controversy surrounding explanations of the symbolic cueing effect has focused on whether the cue-evaluation process is mediated by general or specific mechanisms.
However, other studies have challenged the assumed properties of exogenous cueing. For example, although previous reports suggested that the inhibitory effect could be obtained in both target detection and localization tasks, it was not observed in discrimination tasks (Klein & Taylor, 1994; Egly, Rafal & Henik ,1992; Tanaka & Shimojo, 1996; Terry, Valdes & Neill, 1994).
In these two studies, cueing was delivered using an "adaptive" rhythmic cueing strategy, where the delivery of cueing was synchronized to the participant's gait cycle in real time.
It is known that there is no introduction on the problem of sensor network deployment facing multisensor cross cueing in the former study, but multisensor cross cueing takes place in the sensor network, requiring good connection of the sensor network to satisfy the need of communication.
Becker, "Contingent capture in cueing: the role of color search templates and cue-target color relations," Psychological Research, vol.
However, in peripheral cueing paradigms, in which IOR is observed, the peripheral cue not only affects target detection, but it also affects its selection and discrimination.
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.