Performance on the visual search analog of latent inhibition is modulated by an interaction between schizotypy and gender.

@article{Lubow2001PerformanceOT,
  title={Performance on the visual search analog of latent inhibition is modulated by an interaction between schizotypy and gender.},
  author={Robert E Lubow and Oren Kaplan and Gonzalo de la Casa},
  journal={Schizophrenia research},
  year={2001},
  volume={52 3},
  pages={275-87}
}
Two experiments examined the visual search analog of latent inhibition (LI) and the novel popout (NPO) effect in healthy humans. In Experiments 1 (n=48) and 2 (n=180), subjects judged the positions (left or right side of a computer screen) of a unique target amongst a field of homogeneous distractors. In both experiments, there was a strong LI effect, as indicated by longer response times (RT) to those displays in which the target was previously a distractor and the distractors were previously… CONTINUE READING