The role of search difficulty in intertrial feature priming

  title={The role of search difficulty in intertrial feature priming},
  author={Dominique Lamy and Alon Zivony and Amit Yashar},
  journal={Vision Research},
Previous research has shown that intertrial repetition of target and distractors task-relevant properties speeds visual search performance, an effect known as priming of pop-out (PoP). Recent accounts suggest that such priming results, at least in part, from a mechanism that speeds post-selectional, response-related processes, the marker of which is an interaction between repetition of the target and distractor features and repetition of the response from the previous trial. However, this… CONTINUE READING
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