Separation of low-level and high-level factors in complex tasks: visual search.

@article{Geisler1995SeparationOL,
  title={Separation of low-level and high-level factors in complex tasks: visual search.},
  author={W S Geisler and Kuo Liang Chou},
  journal={Psychological review},
  year={1995},
  volume={102 2},
  pages={356-78}
}
A method for assessing the role of low-level factors in complex tasks is described. The method, which involves comparing simple-discrimination performance and complex-task performance for the same stimuli, was used to assess the role of low-level factors in multiple-fixation visual search. In one experiment, the target and background were composed of line segments that differed in color, orientation, or both; in another, target and background were composed of filtered-noise textures that… CONTINUE READING
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