Perceiving spatially inseparable objects : evidence for feature-based object selection not mediated by location

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In 4 experiments, stimulus elements were arranged into an LED-like array, and letters were defined within the array by feature similarity between the elements with respect to color and form. These stimuli allowed the display of a target and a distractor letter simultaneously at the same location. They were spatially inseparable but could be separated in feature space. Participants had to identify the letter on a prespecified feature dimension (color or form). As a result, the distractors produced specific compatibility effects. This showed that non-target features could not be ignored at early stage (i. e., that color and form were processed automatically and in parallel up to a high stage). The target was selected from the resulting objects according to the prespecified feature dimension. Results demonstrate that object selection is possible without selecting absolute spatial arrays.

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ISO 690HÜBNER, Ronald, Gerriet BACKER, 1999. Perceiving spatially inseparable objects : evidence for feature-based object selection not mediated by location. In: Journal of Experimental Psychology : Human Perception and Performance. 1999, 25(6), pp. 1556-1567. Available under: doi: 10.1037/0096-1523.25.6.1556
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  title={Perceiving spatially inseparable objects : evidence for feature-based object selection not mediated by location},
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  journal={Journal of Experimental Psychology : Human Perception and Performance},
  pages={1556--1567},
  author={Hübner, Ronald and Backer, Gerriet}
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