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The effect of attention on perceived brightness and contrast was investigated in eight experiments. Attention was manipulated by engaging observers in an attention-demanding concurrent task (letter detection) or by directing attention to a location with a peripheral cue. In all of the dual-task manipulations, attention reduced the variability of responses.(More)
Partial cross sections and corresponding momentum distributions have been studied in the one-neutron knockout reaction ( 12Be,11Be+gamma) on a 9Be target at 78 MeV/nucleon. The resulting spectroscopic factors for the only two bound states of 11Be are 0.42+/-0.06 ( 1/2(+)) and 0.37+/-0.06 ( 1/2(-)), where the errors are experimental only. This result shows(More)