Prioritization in visual search: visual marking is not dependent on a mnemonic search.

  title={Prioritization in visual search: visual marking is not dependent on a mnemonic search.},
  author={Christian N. L. Olivers and Glyn W. Humphreys and Dietmar Heinke and Adam Cooper},
  journal={Perception & psychophysics},
  volume={64 4},
Visual marking (VM) refers to our ability to completely exclude old items from search when new stimuli are presented in our visual field. We examined whether this ability reflects an attentional scan of the old items, possibly allowing observers to apply inhibition of return or maintain a memory representation of already seen locations. In four experiments, we compared performance in two search conditions. In the double-search (DS) condition, we required participants to pay attention to a first… CONTINUE READING


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