Attentional Strategies in Concurrent Visual Search in Pigeons and Humans

Gray, Suzanne.

Abstract: The strategic allocation of attention is necessary for everyday survival. In order to study attentional processes in a controlled environment, pigeons and humans were given simultaneously available discrimination "tasks" involving two concurrently available orthogonal dimensions in a 32-item visual search display. An equal number of stimuli in the two-dimensional tasks had reinforced and... read more

Tufts University. Department of Psychology.
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