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Objects and attention: the state of the art
  • B. Scholl
  • Psychology, Medicine
  • Cognition
  • 1 June 2001
What are the units of attention? In addition to standard models holding that attention can select spatial regions and visual features, recent work suggests that in some cases attention can directlyExpand
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The automaticity of visual statistical learning.
The visual environment contains massive amounts of information involving the relations between objects in space and time, and recent studies of visual statistical learning (VSL) have suggested thatExpand
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Neural Evidence of Statistical Learning: Efficient Detection of Visual Regularities Without Awareness
We use fMRI during statistical learning to explore the underlying perceptual and cognitive processes that contribute to statistical learning. Expand
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Cognition does not affect perception: Evaluating the evidence for "top-down" effects.
What determines what we see? In contrast to the traditional "modular" understanding of perception, according to which visual processing is encapsulated from higher-level cognition, a tidal wave ofExpand
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How not to be Seen: The Contribution of Similarity and Selective Ignoring to Sustained Inattentional Blindness
When people attend to objects or events in a visual display, they often fail to notice an additional, unexpected, but fully visible object or event in the same display. This phenomenon is now knownExpand
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What you see is what you set: sustained inattentional blindness and the capture of awareness.
This article reports a theoretical and experimental attempt to relate and contrast 2 traditionally separate research programs: inattentional blindness and attention capture. Inattentional blindnessExpand
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Tracking Multiple Items Through Occlusion: Clues to Visual Objecthood
In three experiments, subjects attempted to track multiple items as they moved independently and unpredictably about a display. Performance was not impaired when the items were briefly (butExpand
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Modularity, Development and ‘Theory of Mind’
In this paper we attempt to clarify what a modular account of ToM entails, and why it is an attractive type of explanation. Expand
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Indexing and the object concept: developing `what' and `where' systems
The study of object cognition over the past 25 years has proceeded in two largely non-interacting camps. One camp has studied object-based visual attention in adults, while the other has studied theExpand
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The psychophysics of chasing: A case study in the perception of animacy
Psychologists have long been captivated by the perception of animacy - the fact that even simple moving shapes may appear to engage in animate, intentional, and goal-directed movements. Here weExpand
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