publication . Article . Other literature type . 1990

A theory of visual attention.

Bundesen, Claus;
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  • Published: 01 Jan 1990 Journal: Psychological Review, volume 97, pages 523-547 (issn: 0033-295X, Copyright policy)
  • Publisher: American Psychological Association (APA)
: A unified theory of visual recognition and attentional selection is developed by integrating the biased-choice model for single-stimulus recognition (Luce, 1963; Shepard, 1957) with a choice model for selection from multielement displays (Bundesen, Pedersen, & Larsen, 1984) in a race model framework. Mathematically, the theory is tractable, and it specifies the computations necessary for selection. The theory is applied to extant findings from a broad range of experimental paradigms. The findings include effects of object integrality in selective report, number and spatial position of targets in divided-attention paradigms, selection criterion and number of di...
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