Tactile and visual distractors induce change blindness for tactile stimuli presented on the fingertips

@article{Auvray2008TactileAV,
  title={Tactile and visual distractors induce change blindness for tactile stimuli presented on the fingertips},
  author={M. Auvray and A. Gallace and J. Hartcher-O'Brien and H. Tan and C. Spence},
  journal={Brain Research},
  year={2008},
  volume={1213},
  pages={111-119}
}
Recent studies of change detection have revealed that people are surprisingly poor at detecting changes between two consecutively-presented scenes, when they are separated by a distractor that masks the transients typically associated with change. This failure, known as 'change blindness', has been reported within vision, audition, and touch. In the three experiments reported here, we investigated people's ability to detect the change between two patterns of tactile stimuli presented to their… Expand
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