Motion as a Cue for Attention

We investigated whether relative motion can serve as a cue for sustained attention. We found that relative motion perception has a long latency and that it can indeed attract attention to improve discrimination performance.



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Poggel DA, Strasburger H, MacKeben M. (2007) Cueing attention by relative motion in the periphery of the visual field. Perception 36(7) 955 - 970. (pubmed)