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Proceedings of the Annual Meeting of the Cognitive Science Society
Recent studies show that visual search often involves a combination of both parallel and serial search strategies. Consequently, computational models and theoretical accounts of visual search processing have evolved from traditional parallel or serial descriptions to a continuum from "efficient" to "inefficient." In our first experiments (1a & 1b), we demonstrate with various conditions that search efficiency does not increase with simultaneous delivery of target features in afatcat:uwbhi62fg5dnxnwnogmuqavpoa