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Journal of Vision
Are objects moving in depth searched for efficiently? Previous studies have reported conflicting results, with some finding efficient search for only approaching motion (Franconeri & Simons, 2003) , and others reporting that both approaching and receding motion are found more efficiently than static targets (Skarratt, Cole, & Gellatly, 2009 ). This may be due to presentation protocol differences and a confounding variable. We systematically tested the effect of the motion-in-depth presentationdoi:10.1167/12.8.13 pmid:22923724 fatcat:sroxt2fcyrhkpgf3rws4tlbpti