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The preview search task: Evidence for visual marking

Abstract:

A series of experiments are reviewed providing evidence for the idea that when new visual objects are prioritized, old objects are inhibited by a top-down controlled suppression mechanism - A process referred to as visual marking. Evidence for the top-down aspect of visual marking is presented, by showing that new object prioritization, as measured in the preview paradigm, depends on task settings and available attentional resources. Evidence for the inhibitory aspect is presented, by showing...

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Publisher copy:
10.1080/13506280500194188

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Olivers, CNL More by this author
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Institution:
University of Oxford
Department:
Oxford, MSD, Experimental Psychology
Braithwaite, JJ More by this author
Journal:
VISUAL COGNITION
Volume:
14
Issue:
4-8
Pages:
716-735
Publication date:
2006
DOI:
EISSN:
1464-0716
ISSN:
1350-6285
URN:
uuid:65f8b123-c6dd-42b0-89fb-c29fa425e611
Source identifiers:
311651
Local pid:
pubs:311651
Language:
English

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