P-31: Selective Attention Effects on Binocular Rivalry to Simple and Complex Dynamic Imagery
WASHINGTON STATE UNIV PULLMAN
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Selective attention increased the time that members of a pair of both simple gratings and more complex movie clips dichoptic stimuli were visible during binocular rivalry. Lower level stimulus attributes appear to be more important than meaningfulness in directing attention, which is a finding that may have relevance to the design of head-worn displays.
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