Dimension-based visual attention modulates dual-judgment accuracy in Duncan's (1984) one- versus two-object report paradigm.


Four experiments, adapting the object-judgment paradigm developed by J. Duncan (1984), examined the relationship between object-based and domain-based mechanisms of visual attention. The experiments demonstrated a cross-domain cost, in terms of accuracy, when observers made dual color-form judgments to one or two overlapping objects presented briefly… (More)


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