Time to guide: evidence for delayed attentional guidance in contextual cueing \ud

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Kunar, Melina A.; Flusberg, Stephen J.; Wolfe, Jeremy M;

Contextual cueing experiments show that, when displays are repeated, reaction times (RTs) to find a target decrease over time even when the observers are not aware of the repetition. Recent evidence suggests that this benefit in standard contextual cueing tasks is not l... View more
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