Independence of long-term contextual memory and short-term perceptual hypotheses: Evidence from contextual cueing of interrupted search

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Schlagbauer, Bernhard; Mink, Maurice; Müller, Hermann J.; Geyer, Thomas;
(2017)

Observers are able to resume an interrupted search trial faster relative to responding to a new, unseen display. This finding of rapid resumption is attributed to short-term perceptual hypotheses generated on the current look and confirmed upon subsequent looks at the s... View more
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