Reference Guide: Contextual cueing

This page gathers published work employing the contextual cueing paradigm. The contextual cuing paradigm tests how repeated exposure to target/distractors arrangements affects search, and learned “contexts” lead to improved search efficiency. The contextual cueing paradigm is an important tool for our understanding about roles of environmental regularities, processes involved in learning and retrieving these features in search. Since its debut in 1998 the paradigm has been used in its original and modified forms, combined with brain imaging techniques, used in developmental, patient and animal studies, and also in cross-modal studies. Since our research group (Experimental Psychology at LMU Munich) have been conducting studies employing this paradigm for several years, we have accumulated this list. And why not share it! In addition, we've got inspiration from a similar initiative by the Yale Perception & Cognition Lab. Feel free to inform us about…
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