Dwelling, rescanning, and skipping of distractors explain search efficiency in difficult search better than guidance by the target

Horstmann G, Becker S, Ernst D (In Press)
Visual Cognition 25(1-3: SI): 291-305.

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Horstmann G, Becker S, Ernst D. Dwelling, rescanning, and skipping of distractors explain search efficiency in difficult search better than guidance by the target. Visual Cognition. In Press;25(1-3: SI):291-305.
Horstmann, G., Becker, S., & Ernst, D. (In Press). Dwelling, rescanning, and skipping of distractors explain search efficiency in difficult search better than guidance by the target. Visual Cognition, 25(1-3: SI), 291-305. doi:10.1080/13506285.2017.1347591
Horstmann, G., Becker, S., and Ernst, D. (In Press). Dwelling, rescanning, and skipping of distractors explain search efficiency in difficult search better than guidance by the target. Visual Cognition 25, 291-305.
Horstmann, G., Becker, S., & Ernst, D., In Press. Dwelling, rescanning, and skipping of distractors explain search efficiency in difficult search better than guidance by the target. Visual Cognition, 25(1-3: SI), p 291-305.
G. Horstmann, S. Becker, and D. Ernst, “Dwelling, rescanning, and skipping of distractors explain search efficiency in difficult search better than guidance by the target”, Visual Cognition, vol. 25, In Press, pp. 291-305.
Horstmann, G., Becker, S., Ernst, D.: Dwelling, rescanning, and skipping of distractors explain search efficiency in difficult search better than guidance by the target. Visual Cognition. 25, 291-305 (In Press).
Horstmann, Gernot, Becker, Stefanie, and Ernst, Daniel. “Dwelling, rescanning, and skipping of distractors explain search efficiency in difficult search better than guidance by the target”. Visual Cognition 25.1-3: SI (In Press): 291-305.