The gorilla in the room: The impacts of video-game play on visual attention

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Early studies of visual attention noted a phenomenon termed ‘inattention blindness’ – the inability of participants to see clear stimuli enter the visual field when attending to something else in that field – and sought to expand the understanding of the phenomenon (Neisser & Becklen, 1975; Simons & Chabris, 1999; Stoffregen, Baldwin, & Flynn, 1993). Other… (More)
DOI: 10.1016/j.chb.2013.05.001

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@article{Vallett2013TheGI, title={The gorilla in the room: The impacts of video-game play on visual attention}, author={David B. Vallett and Richard L. Lamb and Leonard A. Annetta}, journal={Computers in Human Behavior}, year={2013}, volume={29}, pages={2183-2187} }