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Active Vision: The Psychology of Looking and Seeing by John M. Findlay

By John M. Findlay

Univ. of Durham, united kingdom. offers a radical description of uncomplicated information of the visible and oculomotor structures helpful for knowing energetic imaginative and prescient. provides new views on visible awareness and the way it has stepped forward within the components of interpreting, visible seek, and neuropsychology. for college kids, psychologists, and researchers. Softcover, hardcover on hand.

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The two tasks interfered with each other up to and beyond an interval of at least 200 ms. These experiments provided a more direct estimate of the speed of attention. And because of their experimental simplicity they are less likely to suffer from the confound of memory capacity (Egeth and Yantis, 1997). The issue of the speed of attention is clearly still a contentious one and a matter for further detailed experimental study. Given that parallel processing of stimuli may occur in a number of these paradigms, the balance of evidence suggests that the longer estimates more correctly reflect the speed of attention.

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