Understanding priming of color-singleton search: roles of attention at encoding and "retrieval".

  title={Understanding priming of color-singleton search: roles of attention at encoding and "retrieval".},
  author={Brian A. Goolsby and Satoru Suzuki},
  journal={Perception & psychophysics},
  volume={63 6},
We investigated how the performance of a color-singleton search (the search for a single odd-colored item among homogeneously colored distractors) left a persistent memory trace (lasting up to six intervening trials or approximately 17 sec) that facilitated a subsequent color-singleton search (when the same target-distractor color combination was repeated). Specifically, we investigated the roles of attention in the encoding and "retrieval" stages of this priming effect by intermixing trials in… CONTINUE READING

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