Inverse duration effects in partial report.

@article{Lollo1992InverseDE,
  title={Inverse duration effects in partial report.},
  author={Vincent Di Lollo and Peter Dixon},
  journal={Journal of experimental psychology. Human perception and performance},
  year={1992},
  volume={18 4},
  pages={1089-1100}
}
In partial-report experiments, an array of stimuli is displayed briefly, followed by a probe indicating the items to be reported. When exposure duration of the array is increased, 2 contrasting outcomes have been found: Some experiments find that performance improves (direct-duration effect); others find that it deteriorates (inverse-duration effect). The objective here was to identify the reasons for the discrepant results. This was done by investigating the roles played by 5 factors that… CONTINUE READING

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