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dc.contributor.authorPichlmeier, Sebastian-
dc.contributor.authorPfeiffer, Till-
dc.identifier.citationPichlmeier, S., & Pfeiffer, T. (2021). Dataset: Attentional Capture in Multiple Object Tracking. PsychArchives.
dc.description.abstractAttentional processes are generally assumed to be involved in multiple object tracking (MOT). The Attentional Capture (AC) paradigm is regularly employed to study conditions of attentional control. It has up to now not been used to assess influences of sudden onset distractor stimuli in MOT. We investigated whether AC does occur in MOT: Are onset distractors processed at all in dynamic attentional tasks? We found that sudden onset distractors were effective in lowering probe detection thus demonstrating AC. Tracking performance as dependent measure was not affected. The AC effect persisted in conditions of higher tracking load (experiment 2) and was dramatically increased in lower presentation frequency (experiment 3). Tracking performance was shown to suffer only when onset distractors were presented serially with very short time gaps in between thus effectively disturbing reengaging attention on the tracking set (experiment 4). We discuss that rapid dis- and reengagement of attention on a target object and stable representation of the tracking array in visual working memory allow managing strong disruptions of attention during tracking.en
dc.titleDataset: Attentional Capture in Multiple Object Trackingen
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3 10.23668/psycharchives.4890 2021-06-08 16:45:56.535 Updated as of June 8th, 2021: Due to a general revision of the related research report, title and abstract were modified. The data set itself is unchanged.
2 10.23668/psycharchives.4481 2021-01-18 17:28:07.999 Updated as of January 18th, 2021; includes updated analysis of experiment 3 on basis of a broadened data base, new experiment 4, and updated abstract.
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