Objects on a collision path with the observer demand attention.


How observers distribute limited processing resources to regions of a scene is based on a dynamic balance between current goals and reflexive tendencies. Past research showed that these reflexive tendencies include orienting toward objects that expand as if they were looming toward the observer, presumably because this signal indicates an impending… (More)
DOI: 10.1111/j.1467-9280.2008.02143.x


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@article{Lin2008ObjectsOA, title={Objects on a collision path with the observer demand attention.}, author={Jeffrey Yu-Ting Lin and Steven Franconeri and James T. Enns}, journal={Psychological science}, year={2008}, volume={19 7}, pages={686-92} }