A glimpse is not a glimpse: Differential processing of flashed scene previews leads to differential target search benefits

@inproceedings{V2010AGI,
  title={A glimpse is not a glimpse: Differential processing of flashed scene previews leads to differential target search benefits},
  author={Melissa L.-H. V{\~o} and Werner X. Schneider},
  year={2010}
}
A glimpse is not a glimpse: Differential processing of flashed scene previews leads to differential target search benefits Melissa L. -H. Võ ab; Werner X. Schneider cd a Department of Psychology, Ludwig-Maximilians-Universität München, Germany b Psychology Department, University of Edinburgh, UK c Department of Psychology, Ludwig-MaximiliansUniversität München, d Department of Psychology, Bielefeld University, Germany 

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