Browse Dept. of Psychology by Contributor "Simons, Daniel J"
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Further evidence and understanding for the contrast signal theory of parallel processing in visual search (2019-12-05)Human vision relies on massive parallel processes to make sense of visual information in the world. There has been increasing evidence in the literature that the visual attention affects and depends on early, parallel ...
(2017-04-04)In order to preform actions and reason about spatial relationships in the world, a mental representation of spatial locations is needed. The exact nature of this representation has been debated among research groups with ...
(2017-10-20)Obvious but unexpected events often go unnoticed when people are selectively attending to one set of objects and ignoring another. People are more likely to notice something unexpected if it is more similar to the group ...