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The influence of distracter and target features on distracter induced blindness
Advances in Cognitive Psychology
distracter induced blindness, task set inhibition, selective attention the inhibitory effect of the processing of target-like distracters has already been shown to affect the conscious detection of simple motion and simple orientation stimuli in a random dot kinematogram. in two experiments we examined the effects of single-feature motion distracters, single-feature orientation distracters, and combined-feature distracters containing both motion and orientation information. the target wasdoi:10.5709/acp-0103-3 fatcat:s2wgfqleqff6zg4gtdjbypdtcq