When something old becomes something new: spatiotemporal object continuity and attentional capture.

@article{Rauschenberger2003WhenSO,
  title={When something old becomes something new: spatiotemporal object continuity and attentional capture.},
  author={Robert Rauschenberger},
  journal={Journal of experimental psychology. Human perception and performance},
  year={2003},
  volume={29 3},
  pages={600-15}
}
This article examines the possibility that the visal system treats dynamic cues a instances of new perceptual objects undersome circumstances. Using the contingent capture paradigm (C. L. Folk, R. W. Remington, & J. C. Johnston, 1992), the author compared luminance change cues of different magnitude for their ability to capture attention when participants were set for new objects. Wheras small luminance changes failed to produce attentional capture, large luminance changs indeed captured… CONTINUE READING

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