With a careful look: Still no low-level confound to face pop-out

@article{Hershler2006WithAC,
  title={With a careful look: Still no low-level confound to face pop-out},
  author={Orit Hershler and Shaul Hochstein},
  journal={Vision Research},
  year={2006},
  volume={46},
  pages={3028-3035}
}
In this issue of Vision Research, VanRullen, R. (2006). On second glance: Still no high-level pop-out effect for faces. Vision Research, in press. challenges our earlier Vision Research paper, "At first sight: A high-level pop-out effect for faces" (Hershler, O., & Hochstein, S. (2005). At first sight: A high-level pop-out effect for faces. Vision Research, 45, 1707-1724). In that paper, we showed that faces pop-out from a great variety of heterogeneous distractors. This search must have been… CONTINUE READING

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