Ula Cartwright-Finch

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Attention and awareness are known to be linked (e.g., see Lavie et al., 2014, for a review). However the extent to which this link changes over development is not fully understood. Most research concerning the development of attention has investigated the effects of attention on distraction, visual search and spatial orienting, typically using reaction time(More)
Inattentional blindness refers to a failure to detect visible objects when attention is engaged in a task. Despite the central role for attention implied by its name, there is surprisingly little evidence that inattentional blindness indeed results from inattention. In this thesis I provide such evidence in demonstrating that rates of inattentional(More)
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