Venom, speed, and caution: effects on performance in a visual search task [ 2010 - 2011 ]

Provided by   Charles Sturt University

Research Project

Researchers: Dr Danielle Sulikowski (Principal investigator)

Brief description

This study was carried out to examine whether visual attentional mechanisms are sensitive to more than just the threatening versus benign categorical status of the targets and introduces a novel measure that appears to be sensitive to the level of threat implied by the target image, but immune to other stimulus features known to affect reaction time.

The study was undertaken by Dr Danielle Sulikowski from School of Psychology at Charles Sturt University.

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