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Until the demise of the functional field of view

  • Laurent Itti (a1)

Abstract

Hulleman & Olivers (H&O) make a much-needed stride forward for a better understanding of visual search behavior by rejecting theories based on discrete stimulus items. I propose that the framework could be further enhanced by clearly delineating distinct mechanisms for attention guidance, selection, and enhancement during visual search, instead of conflating them into a single functional field of view.

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