The independence of endogenous attentional orienting and object individuation
Object individuation: is the process whereby the brain infers that dynamic input reflects multiple discrete objects, rather than a single, continuing object over time. Object substitution masking: is a popular method for operationalizing object individuation inferences in the laboratory. Although object substitution masking was historically thought to interact with attentional processes, an emerging body of literature indicates that this form of visual masking is impervious to some attentional...[Show more]
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|Source:||Journal of experimental psychology. Human perception and performance|
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