Motion onset captures attention: a rejoinder to Franconeri and Simons (2005).

@article{Abrams2006MotionOC,
  title={Motion onset captures attention: a rejoinder to Franconeri and Simons (2005).},
  author={Richard A. Abrams and Shawn E. Christ},
  journal={Perception & psychophysics},
  year={2006},
  volume={68 1},
  pages={114-7}
}
Recently, we have provided evidence that the onset of motion captures attention (Abrams & Christ, 2003, 2005a, 2005b). In the present article, we clarify the motion onset hypothesis, we discuss recent data (Franconeri & Simons, 2005) that, at least on the surface, seem to challenge the hypothesis, and we present results from a new experiment (Christ & Abrams, 2005). Finally, we conclude that, although motion onset does indeed appear to capture attention, motion in the absence of a motion onset… CONTINUE READING

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