A variable mapping task produces symmetrical interference between global information and local information.

Abstract

When processing global and local aspects of compound visual figures, a robust finding is that global targets are detected faster and more accurately than local targets. Moreover, unidirectional interference is often observed. Despite the convincing evidence that global information and local information are available together, when attention is focused on… (More)

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@article{Shedden2001AVM, title={A variable mapping task produces symmetrical interference between global information and local information.}, author={Judith M. Shedden and Graeme Reid}, journal={Perception & psychophysics}, year={2001}, volume={63 2}, pages={241-52} }