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How context information and target information guide the eyes from the first epoch of search in real-world scenes.
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This study investigated how the visual system utilizes context and task information during the different phases of a visual search task. Expand
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Disentangling the effects of spatial inconsistency of targets and distractors when searching in realistic scenes.
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We analyzed the respective eye guidance of spatial expectations and target template in visual search, while taking into account any impact of object spatial inconsistency on extrafoveal or foveal processing. Expand
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The Elephant in the Room: Inconsistency in Scene Viewing and Representation
We examined the extent to which semantic informativeness, consistency with expectations and perceptual salience contribute to object prioritization in scene viewing and representation. In sceneExpand
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Alzheimer's Disease, Visual Search, and Instrumental Activities of Daily Living: A Review and a New Perspective on Attention and Eye Movements.
Many instrumental activities of daily living (IADLs), like cooking and managing finances and medications, involve finding efficiently and in a timely manner one or several objects within complexExpand
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Remembering Who Was Where: A Happy Expression Advantage for Face Identity-Location Binding in Working Memory
It is well established that visual working memory (WM) for face identity is enhanced when faces display threatening versus nonthreatening expressions. During social interaction, it is also importantExpand
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Age-related top-down and bottom-up guidance on eye movements when searching in real-world scenes
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We investigated how reliability of scene semantics (consistent vs. inconsistent targets), target template specificity (name vs. precise picture) and target perceptual salience influence oculomotor search behaviour in older vs. young viewers. Expand
The time course of colour guidance in realistic scene search
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Colour is a source of attentional guidance and object segmentation when viewing a scene. Expand
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