Conjoining auditory and visual features during high-rate serial presentation: processing and conjoining two features can be faster than processing one.

@article{Woods1998ConjoiningAA,
  title={Conjoining auditory and visual features during high-rate serial presentation: processing and conjoining two features can be faster than processing one.},
  author={David L. Woods and Claude Alain and Keith H. Ogawa},
  journal={Perception & psychophysics},
  year={1998},
  volume={60 2},
  pages={239-49}
}
The time required to conjoin stimulus features in high-rate serial presentation tasks was estimated in auditory and visual modalities. In the visual experiment, targets were defined by color, orientation, or the conjunction of color and orientation features. Responses were fastest in color conditions, intermediate in orientation conditions, and slowest in conjunction conditions. Estimates of feature conjunction time (FCT) were derived on the basis of a model in which features were processed in… CONTINUE READING

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