Selection in vision : a study of visual search
This thesis is concerned with the selective processing of information which arrives via the visual system. The introduction discusses the problem of stimulus control during selection and specifies the aim of the thesis. Nine experiments are reported. The first six examine the relationship between selection accuracy and stimulus exposure-time. It is suggested that a plausible explanation of the obtained results can be found in a two-stage model of information processing (e.g., Neisser, 1967)....[Show more]
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