The article is an example of, “Posner Cue Method”, a concept that has been elaborated in the module. It is a neuropsychological test that was devised by Micheal Posner in 1980. Ever since the concept has constantly being used to elicit and measure attention. The conceptual framework of the test lies in the idea that reflex orienting can disturb behavior by instantly shifting one’s attention towards an unpredicted event. The additional shift can be both voluntary or involuntary. In a laboratory setting, the phenomenon can be evoked and measured with the help of this test. In simpler words, spatial orientation takes place when attention is shifted to a particular location.