Scene structure enhances change detection.


Theories of objects recognition, scene perception, and neural representation of scenes imply that jumbling a coherent scene should reduce change detection. However, evidence from the change detection literature questions whether jumbling affects change detection. The experiments reported here demonstrate that jumbling does, in fact, reduce change detection… (More)
DOI: 10.1080/17470210701774176

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@article{Varakin2008SceneSE, title={Scene structure enhances change detection.}, author={D. Alexander Varakin and Daniel T. Levin}, journal={Quarterly journal of experimental psychology}, year={2008}, volume={61 4}, pages={543-51} }