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Publisher: Routledge, part of the Taylor & Francis Group

Volume 19, Number 2, February 2011

Memory-driven attentional capture is modulated by temporal task demands
pp. 145-153(9)
Authors: Dalvit, Silvia; Eimer, Martin

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Basic processes in reading: Spatial attention as a necessary preliminary to orthographic and semantic processing
pp. 171-202(32)
Authors: Waechter, Stephanie; Besner, Derek; Stolz, Jennifer

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Limitations of perceptual segmentation on contextual cueing in visual search
pp. 203-233(31)
Authors: Conci, Markus; von Muhlenen, Adrian

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Why does vantage point affect boundary extension?
pp. 234-257(24)
Authors: Gagnier, Kristin Michod; Intraub, Helene; Oliva, Aude; Wolfe, Jeremy

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Differential time course of implicit and explicit cueing by colour and orientation in visual search
pp. 258-288(31)
Authors: Anderson, Giles; Heinke, Dietmar; Humphreys, Glyn

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