In “Role of Oculoproprioception in Coding the Locus of Attention” by Bartholomaeus Odoj and Daniela Balslev (Journal of Cognitive Neuroscience 28(3): 517–528) the indicator for the direction of gaze was missing in Figures 1 and 3. The original article can be found at http://www.mitpressjournals.org/doi/pdf/10.1162/jocn_a_00910.

Figure 1. 

Setup and task for the cross-modal attention experiment. (A) In right eye vision, participants fixated at +19° (Experiment 1A, rightward gaze) or −19° (Experiment 1B, leftward gaze) from the center of the right orbit. A somatosensory cue (the participants' left index finger, hidden from view) was positioned at one of four possible locations: +8°, +18°, +20°, or +30° (Experiment 1A) or −8°, −18°, −20°, or −30° (Experiment 1B) from orbit midline (here, Experiment 1B: fixation at −19°, cue at −30° from orbit midline). (B) A target letter, “A” or “H,” was presented for 100 msec at one of seven possible locations, at −3°, −2°, −1°, 0, +1°, +2°, and +3° horizontally from the cue. Participants named the letter as fast and correct as possible. Voice RT and accuracy were recorded. The solid line shows eye position at fixation. The dotted line shows perceived eye position after S1EYE-cTBS according to Odoj and Balslev (2013). We predicted a shift of the locus of attention congruent to the shift in perceived gaze toward the center of the orbit for all cue locations.

Figure 1. 

Setup and task for the cross-modal attention experiment. (A) In right eye vision, participants fixated at +19° (Experiment 1A, rightward gaze) or −19° (Experiment 1B, leftward gaze) from the center of the right orbit. A somatosensory cue (the participants' left index finger, hidden from view) was positioned at one of four possible locations: +8°, +18°, +20°, or +30° (Experiment 1A) or −8°, −18°, −20°, or −30° (Experiment 1B) from orbit midline (here, Experiment 1B: fixation at −19°, cue at −30° from orbit midline). (B) A target letter, “A” or “H,” was presented for 100 msec at one of seven possible locations, at −3°, −2°, −1°, 0, +1°, +2°, and +3° horizontally from the cue. Participants named the letter as fast and correct as possible. Voice RT and accuracy were recorded. The solid line shows eye position at fixation. The dotted line shows perceived eye position after S1EYE-cTBS according to Odoj and Balslev (2013). We predicted a shift of the locus of attention congruent to the shift in perceived gaze toward the center of the orbit for all cue locations.

Figure 3. 

Setup and task for the visual open-loop pointing experiment. (A) Participants fixated at +19° (Experiment 2A) or −19° (Experiment 2B) from the center of the orbit, while a position marker was attached to their left index finger (here: fixation at −19°). (B) A target (letter “X”) was presented for 100 msec at one of four possible positions: +8°, +18°, +20°, +30° from orbit midline (Experiment 2A) or −8°, −18°, −20°, −30° from orbit midline (Experiment 2B). After target presentation, participants closed their eyes and pointed to the location where the target appeared. Finger location was recorded, and then the finger was passively moved back to the resting position. The solid line shows eye position at fixation. The dotted line shows perceived gaze direction after S1EYE-cTBS according to Odoj and Balslev (2013).

Figure 3. 

Setup and task for the visual open-loop pointing experiment. (A) Participants fixated at +19° (Experiment 2A) or −19° (Experiment 2B) from the center of the orbit, while a position marker was attached to their left index finger (here: fixation at −19°). (B) A target (letter “X”) was presented for 100 msec at one of four possible positions: +8°, +18°, +20°, +30° from orbit midline (Experiment 2A) or −8°, −18°, −20°, −30° from orbit midline (Experiment 2B). After target presentation, participants closed their eyes and pointed to the location where the target appeared. Finger location was recorded, and then the finger was passively moved back to the resting position. The solid line shows eye position at fixation. The dotted line shows perceived gaze direction after S1EYE-cTBS according to Odoj and Balslev (2013).