Visual search for a motion singleton among coherently moving distractors

Ansorge U, Scharlau I, Labudda K (2006)
Psychological Research - Psychologische Forschung 70(2): 103-116.

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In the current study, we tested whether search for a visual motion singleton presented among several coherently moving distractors can be more efficient than search for a motion stimulus presented with a single distractor. Under a variety of conditions, multiple spatially distributed and coherently moving distractors facilitated search for a uniquely moving target relative to a single-motion-distractor condition (Experiments 1, 3, and 4). Color coherencies among static distractors were not equally effective (Experiments I and 2). These results confirm that humans are highly sensitive to antagonistically directed motion signals in backgrounds compared with spatially more confined regions of visual images.
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Ansorge U, Scharlau I, Labudda K. Visual search for a motion singleton among coherently moving distractors. Psychological Research - Psychologische Forschung. 2006;70(2):103-116.
Ansorge, U., Scharlau, I., & Labudda, K. (2006). Visual search for a motion singleton among coherently moving distractors. Psychological Research - Psychologische Forschung, 70(2), 103-116. doi:10.1007/s00426-004-0194-5
Ansorge, U., Scharlau, I., and Labudda, K. (2006). Visual search for a motion singleton among coherently moving distractors. Psychological Research - Psychologische Forschung 70, 103-116.
Ansorge, U., Scharlau, I., & Labudda, K., 2006. Visual search for a motion singleton among coherently moving distractors. Psychological Research - Psychologische Forschung, 70(2), p 103-116.
U. Ansorge, I. Scharlau, and K. Labudda, “Visual search for a motion singleton among coherently moving distractors”, Psychological Research - Psychologische Forschung, vol. 70, 2006, pp. 103-116.
Ansorge, U., Scharlau, I., Labudda, K.: Visual search for a motion singleton among coherently moving distractors. Psychological Research - Psychologische Forschung. 70, 103-116 (2006).
Ansorge, Ulrich, Scharlau, I., and Labudda, Kirsten. “Visual search for a motion singleton among coherently moving distractors”. Psychological Research - Psychologische Forschung 70.2 (2006): 103-116.

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