Location cue validity affects inhibition of return of visual processing

@article{Wright2000LocationCV,
  title={Location cue validity affects inhibition of return of visual processing},
  author={Richard D. Wright and Christian M. Richard},
  journal={Vision Research},
  year={2000},
  volume={40},
  pages={2351-2358}
}
Inhibition-of-return is the process by which visual search for an object positioned among others is biased toward novel rather than previously inspected items. It is thought to occur automatically and to increase search efficiency. We examined this phenomenon by studying the facilitative and inhibitory effects of location cueing on target-detection response times in a search task. The results indicated that facilitation was a reflexive consequence of cueing whereas inhibition appeared to depend… CONTINUE READING

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