Attentional Capture in Stimulus Rich Computer Interfaces

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Wyble, Brad; Bowman, Howard; Craston, Patrick;
  • Publisher: UKC
  • Subject: QA76

Previous theoretical work has identified a set of attentional mechanisms. This paper explores the practical implications of these mechanisms. Two findings that have particularly inspired this practical work are, 1) the existence of a very rapid (first phase) of attentio... View more
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