Inhibition of the non-chosen target. N-1 effects from Experiment 1. The difference in single-trial latency when the previous trial was a choice- compared to a single-trial (red circles). After a choice-trial, latencies to less rewarded single-targets, thus to the non-chosen target, are increased. This cannot be attributed to a change in saccade direction, because no such delay occurs when the previous trial was a single-trial in the opposite versus the same direction (black diamonds).