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Expectancy, not memory determines identical search rates in static and dynamic displays.
(International Society for Psychophysics, 2005)
Search rates are often used as a measure of search efficiency. Horowitz & Wolfe employed this measure to compare static and dynamic visual search (Horowitz & Wolfe, 1998). Based on identical search rates, they argued that ...
The dynamics of operations in visual memory: A review and new evidence for oscillatory priming
(Hogrefe & Huber, 2004-10)
Evidence from neurophysiological studies indicates that the synchronization of distributed neuronal assemblies in the gamma frequency range is responsible for the integration of discrete stimulus components into coherent ...
Evidence for 40-Hz oscillatory short-term visual memory revealed by human reaction-time measurements
(American Psychological Association, 2000-05)
Four experiments show that presentation of a synchronous premask frame within a 40-Hz, flickering premask matrix primes subsequent detection of a Kanizsa-type square by generation of a 40-Hz prime. Reaction time (RT) priming ...