Divided spatial attention and feature-mixing errors.

  title={Divided spatial attention and feature-mixing errors.},
  author={Julie D. Golomb},
  journal={Attention, perception & psychophysics},
  volume={77 8},
Spatial attention is thought to play a critical role in feature binding. However, often multiple objects or locations are of interest in our environment, and we need to shift or split attention between them. Recent evidence has demonstrated that shifting and splitting spatial attention results in different types of feature-binding errors. In particular, when two locations are simultaneously sharing attentional resources, subjects are susceptible to feature-mixing errors; that is, they tend to… CONTINUE READING

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