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Reassessing the evidence for novel popout.
J. Christie and R. Klein (1996) have reviewed some of our previously published evidence for novel popout (i.e., the possible attention-capturing power of unexpected or novel singletons in otherwiseExpand
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Spontaneous attention to primed and nonprimed inputs
The literature is ambiguous with respect to whether attention is drawn spontaneously to expected or unexpected items in mixed arrays. Several studies from our own laboratory indicate that even thoughExpand
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Studies of Novel Popout
Abstract : Familiar arrays of objects are perceived better than novel arrays, indicating a perceptual bias toward expected inputs. Yet a novel object in an otherwise familiar array attractsExpand
Intelligent User Interfaces for Information Analysis: A Cognitive Model
TLDR
This paper presents a high-level model of the cognitive framework of information analysts in the context of doing their jobs. Expand