Personal names do not always survive the attentional blink: Behavioral evidence for a flexible locus of selection

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Models of the attentional blink phenomenon (AB) typically assume that unattended information is processed to the post-perceptual level prior to selection for access to consciousness. The present experiments test this assumption by manipulating the perceptual load of the first target task (T1) and whether the second target (T2) was the participant's own name or someone else's name. In three experiments, increasing T1-load increased the severity of the AB for personal names. The results suggest that selection during the AB is not fixed at the post-perceptual stage, but rather the stage at which selection occurs during the AB is flexible. © 2008 Elsevier Ltd. All rights reserved.

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Giesbrecht, B., Sy, J. L., & Lewis, M. K. (2009). Personal names do not always survive the attentional blink: Behavioral evidence for a flexible locus of selection. Vision Research, 49(10), 1378–1388. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.visres.2008.02.013

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