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DATE

1972-03

AUTHORS

Charles W. Eriksen, James E. Hoffman

ABSTRACT

The time required for Ss to voice a target letter in a visual display was studied as a function of the spatial proximity of two kinds of noise elements (letters or disks) to the target and as a function of when the noise elements were presented following the onset of the target letter. The results were not consistent with a focusing model of attention or selective encoding. Instead, there appears to be a small area in the visual field (about 1 deg of angle) in which all stimuli are processed in detail. More... »

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201-204

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http://dx.doi.org/10.3758/bf03212870

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