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Studies with spatial cues provide strong evidence for a visual attention mechanism that chooses a location and selects all information at that location. This selection process can work very quickly probably before segmentation and grouping. It can be implemented in a neural network simply and efficiently without temporal binding.
References & BibliographyEdit
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- Kim, M.-S., & Cave, K. R. (2001). Perceptual grouping via spatial selection in a focused attention task. Vision Research, 41, 611-624.