A configural dominant account of contextual cueing : configural cues are stronger than colour cues

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Kunar, Melina A.; Johnston, Rebecca; Sweetman, Hollie;
(2013)

Previous work has shown that reaction times to find a target in displays that have been repeated are faster than those for displays that have never been seen before. This learning effect, termed “contextual cueing” (CC), has been shown using contexts such as the configu... View more
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