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Journal of Vision
There is accumulating evidence that scene context can guide and facilitate visual search (e.g., A. Torralba, A. Oliva, M. S. Castelhano, & J. M. Henderson, 2006) . Previous studies utilized stimuli of restricted size, a fixed head position, and context defined by the global spatial configuration of the scene. Thus, it is unknown whether similar effects generalize to natural viewing environments and to context defined by local object co-occurrence. Here, with a mobile eye tracker, wedoi:10.1167/11.9.9 pmid:21856869 fatcat:3yogwwifsre6vnvarjzd3nj2xq