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Publisher: Routledge, part of the Taylor & Francis Group

Volume 14, Numbers 4-8, -8/August–December 2006

Visual search and selective attention
pp. 389-410(22)
Authors: Müller, Hermann; Krummenacher, Joseph

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How the deployment of attention determines what we see
pp. 411-443(33)
Author: Treisman, Anne

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Visual search for featural singletons: No top-down modulation, only bottom-up priming
pp. 466-489(24)
Authors: Theeuwes, Jan; Reimann, Brit; Mortier, Karen

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Locus of dimension weighting: Preattentive or postselective?
pp. 490-513(24)
Authors: Müller, Hermann; Krummenacher, Joseph

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Salience and target selection in visual search
pp. 514-542(29)
Author: Nothdurft, Hans-Christoph

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Relax! Cognitive strategy influences visual search
pp. 543-564(22)
Authors: Smilek, Daniel; Enns, James; Eastwood, John; Merikle, Philip

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Attention on autopilot: Past experience and attentional set
pp. 565-583(19)
Authors: Leber, Andrew; Egeth, Howard

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Selecting and ignoring the component features of a visual object: A negative priming paradigm
pp. 584-618(35)
Authors: Fanini, Alessandra; Nobre, Anna Christina; Chelazzi, Leonardo

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Does the inspector have a memory?
pp. 648-667(20)
Authors: Klein, Raymond; Dukewich, Kristie

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Revisiting the variable memory model of visual search
pp. 668-684(17)
Author: Horowitz, Todd

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Oculomotor behaviour in visual search for multiple targets
pp. 685-703(19)
Authors: McCarley, Jason; Kramer, Arthur; Boot, Walter; Peterson, Matthew; Wang, Ranxiao; Irwin, David

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Evidence for a systematic component within scan paths in visual search
pp. 704-715(12)
Authors: Gilchrist, Iain; Harvey, Monika

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The preview search task: Evidence for visual marking
pp. 716-735(20)
Authors: Olivers, Christian; Humphreys, Glyn; Braithwaite, Jason

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Why don't we see changes? The role of attentional bottlenecks and limited visual memory
pp. 749-780(32)
Authors: Wolfe, Jeremy; Reinecke, Andrea; Brawn, Peter

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The role of working memory and long-term memory in visual search
pp. 808-830(23)
Authors: Woodman, Geoffrey F.; Chun, Marvin M.

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Contributions from cognitive neuroscience to understanding functional mechanisms of visual search
pp. 832-850(19)
Authors: Humphreys, Glyn W.; Hodsoll, John; Olivers, Chris N. L.; Young Yoon, Eun

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Visual search and spatial deficits
pp. 851-862(12)
Authors: Robertson, Lynn; Brooks, Joseph

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Frontal control of attentional capture in visual search
pp. 863-876(14)
Authors: Lavie, Nilli; Fockert, Jan de

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Neural correlates of visual dimension weighting
pp. 877-897(21)
Authors: Pollmann, Stefan; Weidner, Ralph; Müller, Hermann; Yves von Cramon, D.

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Visual search and single-cell electrophysiology of attention: Area MT, from sensation to perception
pp. 898-910(13)
Authors: Treue, Stefan; Cesar Martinez-Trujillo, Julio

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On the roles of the human frontal eye fields and parietal cortex in visual search1
pp. 934-957(24)
Authors: O'Shea, Jacinta; Muggleton, Neil; Cowey, Alan; Walsh, Vincent

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Top-down guidance of visual search: A computational account
pp. 985-1005(21)
Authors: Heinke, Dietmar; Humphreys, Glyn; Tweed, Claire

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The neurodynamics of visual search
pp. 1006-1024(19)
Authors: Deco, Gustavo; Zihl, Josef

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