Effects of stimulus-onset asynchrony and display duration on implicit and explicit measures of attentional capture by a surprising singleton

Horstmann G, Becker SI (2008)
VISUAL COGNITION 16(2-3): 290-306.

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The surprise-attention hypothesis, stating that expectancy-discrepant stimuli can capture attention, is tested in two visual search experiments with accuracy as the dependent variable. The expectancy-discrepant stimulus was the unannounced presentation of a location precue in a new colour. As the precue was presented at the location of a nontarget, attentional capture was expected to register in a performance decrement in the critical trial. Experiment 1 revealed that attentional effects are absent after 100 ms but present after 400 ms. Experiment 2 showed that this effect is due partly to presentation duration. These results indicate that surprise capture has a late onset and requires a stable representation. In addition, the results indicate that traditional measures of attention capture and verbal reports of awareness can dissociate.
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Horstmann G, Becker SI. Effects of stimulus-onset asynchrony and display duration on implicit and explicit measures of attentional capture by a surprising singleton. VISUAL COGNITION. 2008;16(2-3):290-306.
Horstmann, G., & Becker, S. I. (2008). Effects of stimulus-onset asynchrony and display duration on implicit and explicit measures of attentional capture by a surprising singleton. VISUAL COGNITION, 16(2-3), 290-306.
Horstmann, G., and Becker, S. I. (2008). Effects of stimulus-onset asynchrony and display duration on implicit and explicit measures of attentional capture by a surprising singleton. VISUAL COGNITION 16, 290-306.
Horstmann, G., & Becker, S.I., 2008. Effects of stimulus-onset asynchrony and display duration on implicit and explicit measures of attentional capture by a surprising singleton. VISUAL COGNITION, 16(2-3), p 290-306.
G. Horstmann and S.I. Becker, “Effects of stimulus-onset asynchrony and display duration on implicit and explicit measures of attentional capture by a surprising singleton”, VISUAL COGNITION, vol. 16, 2008, pp. 290-306.
Horstmann, G., Becker, S.I.: Effects of stimulus-onset asynchrony and display duration on implicit and explicit measures of attentional capture by a surprising singleton. VISUAL COGNITION. 16, 290-306 (2008).
Horstmann, Gernot, and Becker, Stefanie I. “Effects of stimulus-onset asynchrony and display duration on implicit and explicit measures of attentional capture by a surprising singleton”. VISUAL COGNITION 16.2-3 (2008): 290-306.
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