Rules infants look by: Testing the assumption of transitivity in visual salience

Melissa Kibbe & Zsuzsa Kaldy
What drives infants’ attention in complex visual scenes? Early models of infant attention suggested that the degree to which different visual features were detectable determines their attentional priority. Here, we tested this by asking whether two targets – defined by different features, but each equally salient when evaluated independently– would drive attention equally when pitted head-to-head. In Experiment 1, we presented infants with arrays of Gabor patches in which a target region varied either in...
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