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Previous research on visuospatial attention has shown that peripheral abrupt-onset cues at target position (valid condition) lead to faster reaction times than cues indicating a different position (invalid condition). When using late stimulus onset asynchronies (SOA) above 300 ms this so called cueing effect is reversed and inhibiton of return (IOR) follows with delayed reaction times in the valid condition. More recently, IOR was found in conditions with unconsciously perceived cues as welldoi:10.25365/thesis.40636 fatcat:vgzlvyxoujeerouc2cdeqkzxoi