Item-based selection is in good shape in visual compound search: A view from electrophysiology.


We argue that although the framework put forward by Hulleman & Olivers (H&O) can successfully explain much of visual search behaviour, it appears limited to tasks without precise target identification demands. In particular, we contend that the unit of selection may be larger than a single item in standard detection tasks, whereas the unit may mandatorily… (More)
DOI: 10.1017/S0140525X16000261