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Perception of objects in natural scenes and the role of attention (Part 2) Princeton University
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Addressing two questions Test feature priming hypothesis as a possible explanation for rapid scene categorization Test the attention capacity available for visual categorization in natural scenes
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Paradigm Trial duration: 450 and 720 ms in exp.1&2 1320 ms in exp.3-6
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Testable predictions Performance should deteriorate when the non-target scenes share some of the same features with targets. Uncertainty about the identity of the detected target. Detected targets could often be wrongly located. Inversion of the scene will leave intact the interference from people distractors.
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Vehicle Targets 0% 10% 20% 30% 40% 50% 60% 70% 80% 90% 100% Non-Human Distractors Human Distractors Non-Human Distractors Human Distractors Conditions Prediction 1 (Experiment 1) 75ms image exposure
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