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The ability of subjects to process English words in a spatially parallel manner was examined in several redundant-target detection tasks. When redundant targets were identical in a given display, processing limitations were evident in a task that required subjects to make semantic categorizations of words. However, parallel processing of identical redundant(More)
Although the capacity issue is fundamental to the understanding of human performance, there has been considerable difficulty in designing methodologies that distinguish between limited-capacity and unlimited-capacity processing models. The mathematical complexity of this enterprise has been discussed in a series of papers by Townsend and his colleagues(More)
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