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Journal of Vision
Several types of dynamic cues (e.g. abrupt onsets, motion) draw attention in visual search tasks even when they are irrelevant. Although these stimuli appear to capture attention in a stimulusdriven fashion, typical visual search tasks might induce an intentional strategy to focus on dynamic events. Because observers can only begin their search when the search array suddenly appears, they might orient to any dynamic display change (Folk, Remington, & Johnston, 1992; Gibson & Kelsey, 1998) . Ifdoi:10.1167/3.9.571 fatcat:vbipwp3r2bdb5n7g6jypstfxoq