|Author: Tom Busey|
Looking for a friend in a crowd, searching for a four-leaf clover and finding an off-ramp exit sign are all examples of visual search in the real world. This program allows students to create their own visual search experiments to explore visual perception and memory phenomenon. Students have used this to explore effects of familiarity, search asymmetries, top-down influences on perception and the role of arousal on visual search.[More Information coming soon]
This module was created by the Indiana University Cognitive Science Program and is also available on their website: IU Cognitive Science Software.