TITLE

Temporal-order judgment of visual and auditory stimuli: modulations in situations with and without stimulus discrimination

AUTHOR(S)
Hendrich, Elisabeth; Strobach, Tilo; Buss, Martin; Müller, Hermann J.; Schubert, Torsten
PUB. DATE
August 2012
SOURCE
Frontiers in Integrative Neuroscience;Aug2012, Vol. 6, p1
SOURCE TYPE
Academic Journal
DOC. TYPE
Article
ABSTRACT
Temporal-order judgment (TOJ) tasks are an important paradigm to investigate processing times of information in different modalities. There are a lot of studies on how temporal order decisions can be influenced by stimuli characteristics. However, so far it has not been investigated whether the addition of a choice reaction time (RT) task has an influence on TOJ. Moreover, it is not known when during processing the decision about the temporal order of two stimuli is made. We investigated the first of these two questions by comparing a regular TOJ task with a dual task (DT). In both tasks, we manipulated different processing stages to investigate whether the manipulations have an influence on TOJ and to determine thereby the time of processing at which the decision about temporal order is made. The results show that the addition of a choice RT task does have an influence on the TOJ, but the influence seems to be linked to the kind of manipulation of the processing stages that is used. The results of the manipulations indicate that the temporal order decision in the DT paradigm is made after perceptual processing of the stimuli.
ACCESSION #
88947661

 

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