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Journal of Vision
The ability to attend to multiple objects that move in the visual field is important for many aspects of daily functioning. The attentional capacity for such dynamic tracking, however, is highly limited and undergoes age-related decline. Several aspects of the tracking process can influence performance. Here, we investigated effects of feature-based interference from distractor objects that appear in unattended regions of the visual field with a hemifield-tracking task. Younger and olderdoi:10.1167/11.2.1 pmid:21285297 fatcat:2kaw2fzohjhxhc6uht6eblgax4