Hemispheric differences for global/local processing in divided attention tasks : further evidence for the integration theory

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Functional hemispheric asymmetries with respect to global/local processing have been observed more reliably in divided-attention than in selective-attention tasks. This difference has been accounted for by assuming that the hemispheres operate differently in the two tasks. In our study, the alternative hypothesis was tested that the interference between the global and local levels is increased under divided attention, and that this makes it necessary to base response selection on a more elaborated mental stimulus representation in which the levels and their content are integrated. Because the hemispheres systematically differ in this integration process (Hübner and Volberg, 2005), the increased interference between the levels explains why the corresponding asymmetries occur more reliably under divided attention. Two experiments supporting this hypothesis are reported, one with a divided and one with a selective attention task.

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ISO 690HÜBNER, Ronald, Gregor VOLBERG, Tobias STUDER, 2007. Hemispheric differences for global/local processing in divided attention tasks : further evidence for the integration theory. In: Perception and Psychophysics. 2007, 69(3), pp. 413-421. Available under: doi: 10.3758/BF03193762
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  year={2007},
  doi={10.3758/BF03193762},
  title={Hemispheric differences for global/local processing in divided attention tasks : further evidence for the integration theory},
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  journal={Perception and Psychophysics},
  pages={413--421},
  author={Hübner, Ronald and Volberg, Gregor and Studer, Tobias}
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