The Effect of Stimulus Size and Eccentricity on Attention Shift Latencies

@inproceedings{Kulke2017TheEO,
  title={The Effect of Stimulus Size and Eccentricity on Attention Shift Latencies},
  author={Louisa Kulke},
  year={2017}
}
The ability to shift attention between relevant stimuli is crucial in everyday life and allows us to focus on relevant events. It develops during early childhood and is often impaired in clinical populations, as can be investigated in the fixation shift paradigm and the gap–overlap paradigm. Different tests use stimuli of different sizes presented at different eccentricities, making it difficult to compare them. This study systematically investigates the effect of eccentricity and target size… CONTINUE READING

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