In this study we examine the level at which inhibition of return (IOR) affects the processing of visual spatial stimuli. Experiment examined the effect of IOR on spatial Stroop interference. This results shows IOR could reverse the Stroop effects. We suggest that when attention is drawn away from a location, there is temporary inhibitory tagging of stimuli that are presented there. This tagging extends to the semantic and response-relevant properties of stimuli, helping to bias attention away from old and towards new events.
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