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What is a preattentive feature?

07:00 EST 13th November 2018 | BioPortfolio

Summary of "What is a preattentive feature?"

The concept of a preattentive feature has been central to vision and attention research for about half a century. A preattentive feature is a feature that guides attention in visual search and that cannot be decomposed into simpler features. While that definition seems straightforward, there is no simple diagnostic test that infallibly identifies a preattentive feature. This paper briefly reviews the criteria that have been proposed and illustrates some of the difficulties of definition.

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Name: Current opinion in psychology
ISSN: 2352-2518
Pages: 19-26

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