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Experiment 2: Can human observers strategically distribute attention unequally in a multiple object tracking task?

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  1. Christina Howard

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Description: The study aims to further investigate the precision with which observers can unequally split attention in a strategic (top-down) manner by using a modified MOT task of increased difficulty (i.e. increase in ball speed and number of distractors). In a multiple object tracking task probe probability, which reflects the relative importance of a target, will be manipulated to examine its effect on tracking performance and reaction time.

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