Object-based attention determines dominance in binocular rivalry

@inproceedings{RalphObjectbasedAD,
  title={Object-based attention determines dominance in binocular rivalry},
  author={Gareth S. Ralph and Erik Storkebaum and Lucy E. Walmsley and Kyriacos A. Mitrophanous and Susan M. Kingsman and Peter Carmeliet and Nicholas D Mazarakis}
}
Densities within field enclosures were measured with an insect suction device. One sample consisted of eight 10-s placements of the sampling head on the marsh surface such that 0.8 m 2 of Spartina was subjected to suction. Two measures of plant productivity, aboveground biomass and the number of tillers produced (vegetative reproduction), were measured once at the end of the study. Aboveground biomass was determined for mesocosms by harvesting all live aboveground vegetation and for field… CONTINUE READING
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