Target and nontarget grouping in visual search.

@article{Duncan1995TargetAN,
  title={Target and nontarget grouping in visual search.},
  author={John Duncan},
  journal={Perception & psychophysics},
  year={1995},
  volume={57 1},
  pages={117-20}
}
  • John Duncan
  • Published 1995 in Perception & psychophysics
The results of Driver et al. rule out strictly element-by-element approaches to the problem of easy conjunction search. Neither can they be explained by a simple bias toward mismatching display elements, at least as it is implemented in guided search. Such a bias is the only means of within-display interaction in many current models (Sagi & Julesz, 1984; Ullman, 1984). Instead, models (Sagi & Julesz, 1984; Ullman, 1984). Instead, the results suggest that perceptual grouping brings a bias toward… CONTINUE READING

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