Is goal-directed attentional guidance just intertrial priming? A review.

@article{Lamy2013IsGA,
  title={Is goal-directed attentional guidance just intertrial priming? A review.},
  author={Dominique F Lamy and {\'A}rni Kristj{\'a}nsson},
  journal={Journal of vision},
  year={2013},
  volume={13 3},
  pages={14}
}
According to most models of selective visual attention, our goals at any given moment and saliency in the visual field determine attentional priority. But selection is not carried out in isolation--we typically track objects through space and time. This is not well captured within the distinction between goal-directed and saliency-based attentional guidance. Recent studies have shown that selection is strongly facilitated when the characteristics of the objects to be attended and of those to be… CONTINUE READING