June 2016
Volume 16, Issue 8
Open Access
Erratum  |   June 2016
Corrections to: The spatiotemporal characteristics of the attentional shift relative to a reach
Journal of Vision June 2016, Vol.16, 3. doi:10.1167/16.8.3
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      Corrections to: The spatiotemporal characteristics of the attentional shift relative to a reach. Journal of Vision 2016;16(8):3. doi: 10.1167/16.8.3.

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CORRECTIONS TO: Stewart, E. M., & Ma-Wyatt, A. (2015). The spatiotemporal characteristics of the attentional shift relative to a reach. Journal of Vision, 15(5):10, 1–17, doi:10.1167/15.5.10
On page 5, the original text read: 
“After a random delay (randomly selected value from a range of 5 ms to 1000 ms, at 5 ms intervals), a cue appeared at the center of the screen, signaling the side of the screen where the probe would appear (with 100% validity), and the side to which the participant had to point.” 
It should read: 
“After a key press by the participant, a cue appeared at the center of the screen, signaling the side of the screen where the probe would appear (with 100% validity), and the side to which the participant had to point.” 
Figures 1 and 2 have been replaced in the article. 
The Figure 1 legend now reads: 
“Pointing task events. After a key press, a cue indicated the side of the screen to which the participant had to point. At a variable SOA after the cue, a perceptual probe (oriented line) appeared at one of six locations surrounding the reach target. A perceptual discrimination task also appeared at the touch location to ensure participants were directing their attention to that location.” 
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