Involuntary attentional shifts due to orientation differences.

  title={Involuntary attentional shifts due to orientation differences.},
  author={Jeymohan Joseph and Lance M. Optican},
  journal={Perception & psychophysics},
  volume={58 5},
We tested the ability of orientation differences to cause involuntary shifts of visual attention and found that these attentional shifts can occur in response to an orientation "pop-out" display. Texture-like cue stimuli consisting of discrete oriented bars, with either uniform orientation or containing a noninformative orthogonally oriented bar, were presented for a variable duration. Subsequent to or partially coincident with the cue stimulus was the target display of a localization or two… CONTINUE READING

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