The effect of the first glimpse at a scene on eye movements during search

@article{Hillstrom2012TheEO,
  title={The effect of the first glimpse at a scene on eye movements during search},
  author={Anne P. Hillstrom and Helen Scholey and Simon P. Liversedge and Valerie Benson},
  journal={Psychonomic Bulletin & Review},
  year={2012},
  volume={19},
  pages={204-210}
}
Previewing scenes briefly makes finding target objects more efficient when viewing is through a gaze-contingent window (windowed viewing). In contrast, showing a preview of a randomly arranged search display does not benefit search efficiency when viewing during search is of the full display. Here, we tested whether a scene preview is beneficial when the scene is fully visible during search. Scene previews, when presented, were 250 ms in duration. During search, the scene was either fully… CONTINUE READING
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