Visual Attention and Objects: Two-Object Cost With Equal Convexity

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Abstract

Subjects found perceptual judgments of location involving 2 objects to be harder than equivalent judgments involving a single object. This 2-object cost is in agreement with G. C. Baylis and J. Driver (1993). This occurred even when there was no difference in the degree of convexity of the single- and 2-object displays. Thus, parsing differences due to the degree of convexity of the displays (B. Gibson, 1994) cannot account for the present 2-object cost.

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