Gaze in Visual Search Is Guided More Efficiently by Positive Cues than by Negative Cues

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<p>A: Array in positive cue type: “target will be blue”. B: Array in negative cue type: “target will not be blue”. Both arrays have the same spatial configuration of items and the target. The colors of the items were switched. The target is at the same location in the lower left corner. Search arrays are not to scale.</p>

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Kugler, Günter; Marius ‘t Hart, Bernard; Kohlbecher, Stefan; Einhäuser, Wolfgang; Schneider, Erich (2016): Gaze in Visual Search Is Guided More Efficiently by Positive Cues than by Negative Cues. PLOS ONE. Collection. https://doi.org/10.1371/journal.pone.0145910