The impact of object organization and its attentional modulation in a visual scene

Rodríguez, V. (2008). The impact of object organization and its attentional modulation in a visual scene. International Journal of Bioelectromagnetism, 10 (4), pp. 233-245.

Abstract

Two objects are presented simultaneously, defined by shape and color, which suffer some mutations in certain local features, to measure the attentional blink’s (AB) effect, which is evident in case of different-object transitions. Results proof that the attentional transitions established between two features of a single object are easier than transitions between two features belonging to different objects, and, in addition, this isn’t a homogeneous effect on the visual field, so there is a favored hemi field in such transitions. A N230 component is obtained with higher amplitude for same-object transitions in relation with different-object transitions. These results are compared with other design that separate the mutant attributes from base figures, and then the behavioral effect is annulled.

Divisions: Life & Health Sciences > Audiology
Life & Health Sciences
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Published Date: 2008
Authors: Rodríguez, V. ( 0000-0002-6085-285X)

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