Top-down contingent attentional capture during feed-forward visual processing

Ansorge U, Horstmann G, Scharlau I (2010)
ACTA PSYCHOLOGICA 135(2): 123-126.

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Ansorge U, Horstmann G, Scharlau I. Top-down contingent attentional capture during feed-forward visual processing. ACTA PSYCHOLOGICA. 2010;135(2):123-126.
Ansorge, U., Horstmann, G., & Scharlau, I. (2010). Top-down contingent attentional capture during feed-forward visual processing. ACTA PSYCHOLOGICA, 135(2), 123-126. doi:10.1016/j.actpsy.2010.05.008
Ansorge, U., Horstmann, G., and Scharlau, I. (2010). Top-down contingent attentional capture during feed-forward visual processing. ACTA PSYCHOLOGICA 135, 123-126.
Ansorge, U., Horstmann, G., & Scharlau, I., 2010. Top-down contingent attentional capture during feed-forward visual processing. ACTA PSYCHOLOGICA, 135(2), p 123-126.
U. Ansorge, G. Horstmann, and I. Scharlau, “Top-down contingent attentional capture during feed-forward visual processing”, ACTA PSYCHOLOGICA, vol. 135, 2010, pp. 123-126.
Ansorge, U., Horstmann, G., Scharlau, I.: Top-down contingent attentional capture during feed-forward visual processing. ACTA PSYCHOLOGICA. 135, 123-126 (2010).
Ansorge, Ulrich, Horstmann, Gernot, and Scharlau, Ingrid. “Top-down contingent attentional capture during feed-forward visual processing”. ACTA PSYCHOLOGICA 135.2 (2010): 123-126.

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