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Masked-target recovery requires focused attention on the target object
Flashing a homogeneous light mask after the presentation of a masked target reduces the deleterious effects of the mask, a phenomenon often called target recovery. Target recovery has been studied using masking paradigms in which a target object is presented in isolation prior to the presentation of a mask, thus capturing attention. In the present study, we examined whether target recovery is possible when a target does not benefit from attentional capture. We hypothesized that target recoverydoi:10.1080/13506280600859748 fatcat:45uxulisbjannfqg6mwygfnaki