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Early and late selection: Effects of load, dilution and salience

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Early and late selection: Effects of load, dilution and salience
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Publisher: Frontiers Media SA
ISBN-13: 9782889192557
Number of pages: 144

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Our visual system is constantly bombarded by a variety of stimuli, of which only a small part is relevant to the task at hand. As a result, goal-directed behavior requires a high degree of selectivity at some point in the processing stream. The precise point at which selection takes place has been the focus of much debate.

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