Inference-driven attention in symbolic and perceptual tasks: Biases toward expected and unexpected inputs

Cherubini P, Burigo M, Bricolo E (2006)
The Quarterly Journal of Experimental Psychology 59(3): 597-624.

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Cherubini P, Burigo M, Bricolo E. Inference-driven attention in symbolic and perceptual tasks: Biases toward expected and unexpected inputs. The Quarterly Journal of Experimental Psychology. 2006;59(3):597-624.
Cherubini, P., Burigo, M., & Bricolo, E. (2006). Inference-driven attention in symbolic and perceptual tasks: Biases toward expected and unexpected inputs. The Quarterly Journal of Experimental Psychology, 59(3), 597-624.
Cherubini, P., Burigo, M., and Bricolo, E. (2006). Inference-driven attention in symbolic and perceptual tasks: Biases toward expected and unexpected inputs. The Quarterly Journal of Experimental Psychology 59, 597-624.
Cherubini, P., Burigo, M., & Bricolo, E., 2006. Inference-driven attention in symbolic and perceptual tasks: Biases toward expected and unexpected inputs. The Quarterly Journal of Experimental Psychology, 59(3), p 597-624.
P. Cherubini, M. Burigo, and E. Bricolo, “Inference-driven attention in symbolic and perceptual tasks: Biases toward expected and unexpected inputs”, The Quarterly Journal of Experimental Psychology, vol. 59, 2006, pp. 597-624.
Cherubini, P., Burigo, M., Bricolo, E.: Inference-driven attention in symbolic and perceptual tasks: Biases toward expected and unexpected inputs. The Quarterly Journal of Experimental Psychology. 59, 597-624 (2006).
Cherubini, Paolo, Burigo, Michele, and Bricolo, Emanuela. “Inference-driven attention in symbolic and perceptual tasks: Biases toward expected and unexpected inputs”. The Quarterly Journal of Experimental Psychology 59.3 (2006): 597-624.
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