Visual Search

2023-2024 Fall
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Faculty of Arts & Social Sciences
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Our previous study showed that we are sensitive to dynamic information when we perceive faces in time. In this study, we will further examine how this sequential information in dynamic faces guides our attention in a visual search task. The visual search task requires a participant to actively scan the visual environment to find a particular target. Here we will answer the following question: Does correct sequential information guide our attention to a target, when the target is surrounded by distractors? 
Requirements: This project is in designing the experiment and its piloting periods. Therefore, you will be expected to read the literature and be involved in designing an online experiment through Pavlovia, collecting and analyzing online data. 

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