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Kawahara, Jun-ichiro
Watanabe, Katsumi
subject
temporal attention
attentional awakening
rapid serial visual presentation
abstract
During the identification of a target embedded in a rapid serial visual presentation sequence, observers frequently miss a target when it appears early in the sequence as compared to when it appears later. This phenomenon, called attentional awakening, reflects a gradual modulation of temporal attention for a rapid sequence. In this study, we inserted a temporal gap (0, 100, 500, or 1000ms) in the sequence and measured the critical conditions that destroyed the modulated state of temporal attention. The results showed that the correct identifications of the target were impaired immediately after the 1000-ms gap (Experiments 1). However, this impairment was eliminated by superimposing a continuous sequence of random dots so that the sequences temporally separated by the gap could be encapsulated as a single event (Experiment 2). These findings suggested that the temporally modulated attention could be maintained within a single event.
description
Summary of Awarded Presentation at the 26th Annual Meeting
journal title
The Japanese Journal of Psychonomic Science
volume
Volume 27
issue
Issue 1
start page
111
end page
112
date of issued
2008-09-30
publisher
日本基礎心理学会
issn
2188-7977
0287-7651
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publisher doi
language
eng
nii type
Journal Article
HU type
Journal Articles
DCMI type
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format
application/pdf
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rights
Copyright 2008. The Japanese Psychonomic Sciety. All rights reserved.
日本基礎心理学会の許諾に基づき掲載しています。
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Graduate School of Integrated Arts and Sciences