Feature Integration

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1. To achieve feature integration, we use a master map of locations (MMLs) for...

  • Mapping out the locations of stimuli
  • Combining information from the feature maps
  • Integration of the master map of locations and attentional spotlight
  • Each type of visual feature
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2. To achieve feature integration, we use an attentional spotlight for...

  • Combining information from the feature maps
  • Mapping out the locations of stimuli
  • Integration of the master map of locations and attentional spotlight
  • Each type of visual feature

3. The occurrence of illusory conjunctions is high in situations where spatial attention is ________ and when stimuli are presented _______.

  • diverted, briefly
  • focused, briefly
  • focused, slowly
  • diverted, slowly

4. Feature integration theory claims that visual perception can be characterised by two functionally _________ and _________ stages

  • Independent, sequential
  • Dependent, non-sequential
  • Dependent, sequential
  • Independent, non-sequential

5. What did Treisman and Schmidt (1982) find when they altered the flanker task?

  • When stimuli were presented briefly, illusory conjunctions disappeared
  • When attention could be focused, illusory conjunctions disappeared
  • When attention could be diverted, illusory conjunctions disappeared
  • When stimuli were presented slowly, illusory conjunctions disappeared

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