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Proceedings of the Annual Meeting of the Cognitive Science Society
The factors affecting search guidance to categorical targets are largely unknown. We asked how visual similarity relationships between random-category distractors and two target classes, teddy bears and butterflies, affects search guidance. Experiment 1 used a web-based task to collect visual similarity rankings between these target classes and random objects, from which we created search displays having either high-similarity distractors, low-similarity distractors, or "mixed" displays withfatcat:lu6njsbcgbebjfmfdv26wj23fu