The nature of altered vision near the hands: evidence for the magnocellular enhancement account from object correspondence through occlusion
There is a growing body of evidence that the perception of visual stimuli is altered when they occur near the observer’s hand relative to other locations in space (see Brockmole, Davoli, Abrams, & Witt, 2013; for a review). Several accounts have been offered to explain the pattern of performance across different tasks. These have typically focused on attentional explanations (attentional prioritization and detailed attentional evaluation of stimuli in nearhand space), but more recently, it has...[Show more]
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|Source:||Psychonomic Bulletin and Review (2014)|
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