Binocularity and visual search.

@article{Wolfe1988BinocularityAV,
  title={Binocularity and visual search.},
  author={Jeremy M. Wolfe and Sean Franzel},
  journal={Perception & psychophysics},
  year={1988},
  volume={44 1},
  pages={81-93}
}
This paper describes a series of visual search experiments for targets defined by their hinocular characteristics. In searches for targets defined by binocular rivalry among fused distractors, or vice versa, the rivalrous items do not "pop out" (reaction time [RT] increases with number of distractors). Binocular luster, a variety of rivalry, is an exception. Luster, an important property of visible surfaces, behaves like a basic feature or "texton" (RT independent of the number of nonlustrous… CONTINUE READING
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