A developmental change in selective attention and global form perception

@inproceedings{Porporino2004ADC,
  title={A developmental change in selective attention and global form perception},
  author={Mafalda Porporino and David I. Shore and Grace Iarocci and Jacob Ari Burack},
  year={2004}
}
The primary purpose of the present study was to examine the processing of local and global perception in relation to selective attention during development from childhood to early adulthood. Filtering was the specific component of selective attention that was examined. The influence of varying distractor congruency and compatibility on relative local-global processing was also examined. Distractor congruency and compatibility did not differentially affect local and global processing. With the… CONTINUE READING
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