First saccadic eye movement reveals persistent attentional guidance by implicit learning.

  title={First saccadic eye movement reveals persistent attentional guidance by implicit learning.},
  author={Yuhong V. Jiang and Bo-Yeong Won and Khena M. Swallow},
  journal={Journal of experimental psychology. Human perception and performance},
  volume={40 3},
Implicit learning about where a visual search target is likely to appear often speeds up search. However, whether implicit learning guides spatial attention or affects postsearch decisional processes remains controversial. Using eye tracking, this study provides compelling evidence that implicit learning guides attention. In a training phase, participants often found the target in a high-frequency, "rich" quadrant of the display. When subsequently tested in a phase during which the target was… CONTINUE READING
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