Scene context influences without scene gist: eye movements guided by spatial associations in visual search.

@article{Castelhano2011SceneCI,
  title={Scene context influences without scene gist: eye movements guided by spatial associations in visual search.},
  author={Monica S. Castelhano and Chelsea Heaven},
  journal={Psychonomic bulletin & review},
  year={2011},
  volume={18 5},
  pages={890-6}
}
Although the use of semantic information about the world seems ubiquitous in every task we perform, it is not clear whether we rely on a scene's semantic information to guide attention when searching for something in a specific scene context (e.g., keys in one's living room). To address this question, we compared contribution of a scene's semantic information (i.e., scene gist) versus learned spatial associations between objects and context. Using the flash-preview-moving-window paradigm… CONTINUE READING

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