Auditory and Visual Capture During Focused Visual Attention
Koelewijn, T.; Bronkhorst, A.W.; Theeuwes, J.;
Subject: endogenous | Information Society | Social Impact of ICT | cross-modal | Experimental and Cognitive Psychology | attentional capture | Behavioral Neuroscience | Acoustics and Audiology | enhanced processing | exogenous
mesheuropmc: genetic structures
It is well known that auditory and visual onsets presented at a particular location can capture a person's visual attention. However, the question of whether such attentional capture disappears when attention is focused endogenously beforehand has not yet been answered.... View more
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