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Do action goals mediate social inhibition of return? (2011)
Journal Article
Cole, G. G., Skarratt, P. A., & Billing, R. (2012). Do action goals mediate social inhibition of return?. Psychological research, 76(6), (736-746). doi:10.1007/s00426-011-0395-7. ISSN 0340-0727

Social inhibition of return is the phenomenon whereby an individual is slower to reach to locations to which another individual has recently responded. Although this suggests that an observer represents another person's action, little is known about... Read More about Do action goals mediate social inhibition of return?.

Non-transient luminance changes do not capture attention (2011)
Journal Article
Cole, G. G., Kuhn, G., & Skarratt, P. A. (2011). Non-transient luminance changes do not capture attention. Attention, Perception, and Psychophysics, 73(5), 1407-1421. https://doi.org/10.3758/s13414-011-0118-6

The processing of luminance change is a ubiquitous feature of the human visual system and provides the basis for the rapid orienting of attention to potentially important events (e.g., motion onset, object onset). However, despite its importance for... Read More about Non-transient luminance changes do not capture attention.