Object salience is transiently represented whereas object presence is not: evidence from temporal order judgment.

@article{Donk2011ObjectSI,
  title={Object salience is transiently represented whereas object presence is not: evidence from temporal order judgment.},
  author={M. van de Donk and Leroy Soesman},
  journal={Perception},
  year={2011},
  volume={40 1},
  pages={63-73}
}
We investigated the temporal dynamics in the processing of object salience and object presence by using a temporal-order-judgment task. In two experiments, observers were presented with displays containing one or two orientation singletons embedded in a background of homogeneously oriented lines. Observers had the task to indicate the temporal order of two colour changes which occurred either at two singleton locations differing in salience (experiment 1) or at two locations differing in… CONTINUE READING