Additional-singleton interference in efficient visual search: a common salience route for detection and compound tasks.

@article{Zehetleitner2009AdditionalsingletonII,
  title={Additional-singleton interference in efficient visual search: a common salience route for detection and compound tasks.},
  author={Michael Zehetleitner and Michael J. Proulx and Hermann J. M{\"u}ller},
  journal={Attention, perception & psychophysics},
  year={2009},
  volume={71 8},
  pages={1760-70}
}
In efficient search for feature singleton targets, additional singletons (ASs) defined in a nontarget dimension are frequently found to interfere with performance. All search tasks that are processed via a spatial saliency map of the display would be predicted to be subject to such AS interference. In contrast, dual-route models, such as feature integration theory, assume that singletons are detected not via a saliency map, but via a nonspatial route that is immune to interference from cross… CONTINUE READING
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