Two (or three) is one too many : testing the flexibility of contextual cueing with multiple target locations

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Zellin, Martina; Conci, Markus; von Mühlenen, Adrian; Müller, Hermann J.;

Visual search for a target object is facilitated when the object is repeatedly presented within an invariant context of surrounding items ("contextual cueing"; Chun & Jiang, Cognitive Psychology, 36, 28-71, 1998). The present study investigated whether such invariant co... View more
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