Automatic Processing through the Backdoor
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This study examined performance in a consistent mapping visual search task in which subjects were required to make discriminations within the disjoint, target, and distractor sets as well as between the sets. The within set discrimination was variably mapped across blocks of trials. The results show strong practice effects consistent with the development of automatic processes.
Flach, J. M.,
& Grunzke, P. M.
(1987). Automatic Processing through the Backdoor. Proceedings of the Human Factors and Ergonomics Society Annual Meeting, 31 (9), 1054-1056.