Interactions between task difficulty and hemispheric distribution of attended locations: implications for the splitting attention debate.

Abstract

Whether attention can be split between multiple regions in space simultaneously is an ongoing controversy in attention research. We argue that the debate could be resolved if the distribution of target locations over hemifields and task difficulty are both considered. This premise was tested in five experiments in which 48 subjects compared the identity of… (More)

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