Flanker recall and the flanker validity effect may reflect different attentional processes.

Abstract

High flanker recall in the correlated flanker task suggests a failure of selective attention. We used a dissociation approach to examine the role of attentional processing of the flankers' identities in the flanker validity effect (FVE). In three experiments, flanker recall decreased as flanker duration decreased, but the FVE was not affected by flanker… (More)

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@article{Schmidt1999FlankerRA, title={Flanker recall and the flanker validity effect may reflect different attentional processes.}, author={P A Schmidt and Veronica J. Dark}, journal={Perception & psychophysics}, year={1999}, volume={61 3}, pages={424-37} }