publication . Thesis

Attention capture by multiple events using dynamic displays

Sunny, Meera Mary;
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  • Country: United Kingdom
Being able to select relevant visual information from among irrelevant\ud information is critical for the successful accomplishment of many day to day\ud activities. However, the locus of attentional selection is not always under the\ud control of the observer. Certain events and stimuli in the visual environment have\ud been shown to control selection against observers’ intentions and goals. These are\ud said to capture attention in an automatic and stimulus driven manner. The events\ud and stimuli that capture attention can be static (colour, shape, size, etc.) or\ud dynamic (motion, flicker, etc.).\ud This thesis examines the effect of dynamic stimuli on atte...
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