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Why the item will remain the unit of attentional selection in visual search

By Martin Eimer

Abstract

Hulleman & Olivers reject item-based serial models of visual search, and suggest that items are processed equally and globally during each fixation period. However, neuroscientific studies have shown that attentional biases can emerge in parallel but in a spatially selective item-based fashion. Even within a parallel architecture for visual search, the item remains the critical unit of selection

Topics: psyc
Publisher: Cambridge Journals
Year: 2017
OAI identifier: oai:eprints.bbk.ac.uk.oai2:21154

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