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Guang Zhao, Qiang Liu, Jun Jiao, Peiling Zhou, Hong Li, Hong-jin Sun; Dual-state modulation of the contextual cueing effect: Evidence from eye movement recordings. Journal of Vision 2012;12(6):11. doi: https://doi.org/10.1167/12.6.11.
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The repeated configurations of random elements induce a better search performance than that of the displays of novel random configurations. The mechanism of such contextual cueing effect has been investigated through the use of the RT × Set Size function. There are divergent views on whether the contextual cueing effect is driven by attentional guidance or facilitation of initial perceptual processing or response selection. To explore this question, we used eye movement recording in this study, which offers information about the substages of the search task. The results suggest that the contextual cueing effect is contributed mainly by attentional guidance, and facilitation of response selection also plays a role.
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