Displaywide visual features associated with a search display's appearance can mediate attentional capture.

@article{Burnham2007DisplaywideVF,
  title={Displaywide visual features associated with a search display's appearance can mediate attentional capture.},
  author={Bryan R. Burnham},
  journal={Psychonomic bulletin & review},
  year={2007},
  volume={14 3},
  pages={392-422}
}
Whether or not the capture of visual attention is driven solely by the salience of an attention-capturing stimulus or mediated by top-down control has been a point of contention since Folk, Remington, and Johnston (1992) introduced their contingent involuntary orienting hypothesis, which states that the capture of attention by a salient stimulus depends on its relevance to a feature distinguishing the target from nontargets. Gibson and Kelsey (1998) extended Folk et al.'s (1992) hypothesis by… CONTINUE READING

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