Inhibition of return at multiple locations in visual search: when you see it and when you don't.

@article{Snyder2001InhibitionOR,
  title={Inhibition of return at multiple locations in visual search: when you see it and when you don't.},
  author={Jeff Snyder and Alan Kingstone},
  journal={The Quarterly journal of experimental psychology. A, Human experimental psychology},
  year={2001},
  volume={54 4},
  pages={1221-37}
}
Using a novel sequential task, Danziger, Kingstone, and Snyder (1998) provided conclusive evidence that inhibition of return (IOR) can co-occur at multiple non-contiguous locations. They argued that their findings depended crucially on the allocation of attention to cued locations. Specifically, they hypothesized that because subjects could not predict whether an onset event was a target or a non-target, all onset events had to be attended. As a result, non-targets were tagged with inhibition… CONTINUE READING

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