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In this paper, we propose that the debate concerning the locus of attentional selection can be resolved by specifying the conditions under which early selection is possible. In the first part, we present a theoretical discussion that integrates aspects from structural and capacity approaches to attention and suggest that perceptual load is a major factor in determining the locus of selection. In the second part, we present a literature review that examines the conditions influencing the processing of irrelevant information.
This review supports the conclusion that a clear physical distinction between relevant and irrelevant information is not sufficient to prevent irrelevant processing; early selection also requires that the perceptual load of the task be sufficiently high to exceed the upper limit of available attentional resources.
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Selective attention and the organization of visual information. Dyer, F. The Stroop phenomenon and its use in the study of perceptual, cognitive, and response processes. Eriksen, B. Effects of noise letters upon the identification of a target letter in a nonsearch task. Recognition memory and attentional selection: Serial scanning is not enough.
Eriksen, C. James, J. Processing redundant signals: Coactivation, divided attention, or what? Temporal and spatial characteristics of selective encoding from visual displays. The extent of processing of noise elements during selective encoding from visual displays. Information processing in visual search: A continuous flow conception and experimental results.
Visual attention within and around the field of focal attention: A zoom lens model. How much processing do nonattended stimuli receive? Apparently very little, but…. Allocation of attention in the visual field. Fisher, D. Limited-channel models of automatic detection: Capacity and scanning in visual search. Psychological Review , 89 , — Flowers, J. The effect of flanking context on visual classification: The joint contribution of interactions at different processing levels.
Gathercole, S. Spatial factors in visual attention: Some compensatory effects of location and time of arrival of nontargets. Perception , 16 , — Gatti, S. Failure of spatial selectivity in vision. Bulletin of the Psychonomic Society , 11 , — Gopher, D.
The skill of attention control: Acquisition and excecution of attention strategies. Kornblum Eds. Greenwald, A. A double stimulation test of ideomotor theory with implications for selective attention. Journal of Experimental Psychology , 84 , — On doing two things at once: Time sharing as a function of ideomotor compatibility.
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In this paper, we propose that the debate concerning the locus of attentional selection can be resolved by specifying the conditions under which early selection is possible. In the first part, we present a theoretical discussion that integrates aspects from structural and capacity approaches to attention and suggest that perceptual load is a major factor in determining the locus of selection. In the second part, we present a literature review that examines the conditions influencing the processing of irrelevant information. This review supports the conclusion that a clear physical distinction between relevant and irrelevant information is not sufficient to prevent irrelevant processing; early selection also requires that the perceptual load of the task be sufficiently high to exceed the upper limit of available attentional resources. Download to read the full article text.
Huynh Cong, S. Accepted for publication. Kerzel, D. Statistical regularities cause attentional suppression with target-matching distractors. Attentional templates are sharpened through differential signal enhancement, not differential allocation of attention.
Perceptual load as a major determinant of the locus of selection in visual attention
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