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Reference: Delvenne, JF, Castronovo, J, Demeyere, N et al., (2011). Bilateral field advantage in visual enumeration. PloS one, 6 (3), Article: e17743.Citable link to this page:


Bilateral field advantage in visual enumeration.

Abstract: A number of recent studies have demonstrated superior visual processing when the information is distributed across the left and right visual fields than if the information is presented in a single hemifield (the bilateral field advantage). This effect is thought to reflect independent attentional resources in the two hemifields and the capacity of the neural responses to the left and right hemifields to process visual information in parallel. Here, we examined whether a bilateral field advantage can also be observed in a high-level visual task that requires the information from both hemifields to be combined. To this end, we used a visual enumeration task--a task that requires the assimilation of separate visual items into a single quantity--where the to-be-enumerated items were either presented in one hemifield or distributed between the two visual fields. We found that enumerating large number (>4 items), but not small number (

Autor: Delvenne, JF - - - Castronovo, J - - - Demeyere, N - institutionUniversity of Oxford Oxford, MSD, Experimental Psychology - - - H



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