Priming of depth-rotated objects depends on attention and part changes

Article


Thoma, V. and Davidoff, J. 2006. Priming of depth-rotated objects depends on attention and part changes. Experimental Psychology. 53 (1), pp. 31-47.
AuthorsThoma, V. and Davidoff, J.
Abstract

Three priming experiments investigated the role of attention and view changes when common objects were rotated in depth. Objects were shown in prime-probe trial pairs. Experiment 1 extended findings by Stankiewicz, Hummel and Cooper (1998) showing that attended objects primed themselves in the same but not in a reflected view, whereas ignored objects only primed themselves in the same view. In Experiment 2, depth-rotations produced changes in the visible part structure between prime and probe view of an object. Priming after depth-rotation was more reduced for attended objects than for ignored objects. Experiment 3 showed that other depth rotations that did not change the perceived part structure revealed a priming pattern similar to that in Experiment 1, with equivalent reduction in priming for attended and ignored objects. These data indicate that recognition of attended objects is mediated by a part-based (analytic) representation together with a view-based (holistic) representation, whereas ignored images are recognised in a strictly view-dependent fashion.

Keywordsrecognition; vision; attention
JournalExperimental Psychology
Journal citation53 (1), pp. 31-47
Year2006
Accepted author manuscript
License
CC BY-ND
Web address (URL)http://hdl.handle.net/10552/1370
Publication dates
Print2006
Publication process dates
Deposited28 Nov 2011
Additional information

Citation:
Thoma, V and Davidoff, J (2006) ‘Priming of depth-rotated objects depends on attention and part changes’ Experimental Psychology, 53(1), 31-47.

Permalink -

https://repository.uel.ac.uk/item/867vy

  • 1
    total views
  • 4
    total downloads
  • 1
    views this month
  • 4
    downloads this month

Related outputs

Exploring the relationship between grapheme colour-picking consistency and mental imagery
Spiller, M., Harkry, Lee, McCullagh, Fintan, Thoma, V. and Jones, Clare 2019. Exploring the relationship between grapheme colour-picking consistency and mental imagery. Philosophical Transactions B: Biological Sciences.
Water supplementation after dehydration improves judgment and decision-making performance
Thoma, V. and Patsalos, Olivia C. 2019. Water supplementation after dehydration improves judgment and decision-making performance. Psychological Research.
Thinking dispositions and cognitive reflection performance in schizotypy
Broyd, Annabel, Ettinger, Ulrich and Thoma, V. 2019. Thinking dispositions and cognitive reflection performance in schizotypy. Judgment and Decision Making. 14 (1), pp. 80-90.
Determinants for Successful Agile Collaboration between UX Designers and Software Developers in a Complex Organisation
Jones, Alexander and Thoma, V. 2019. Determinants for Successful Agile Collaboration between UX Designers and Software Developers in a Complex Organisation. International Journal of Human–Computer Interaction.
Behavioral biases in pension fund trustees’ decision-making
Weiss-Cohen, Leonardo, Ayton, Peter, Clacher, Iain and Thoma, V. 2018. Behavioral biases in pension fund trustees’ decision-making. Review of Behavioural Finance.
Three-quarter views of depth-rotated faces induce face-specific capacity limits in visual search
Thoma, V. and de Fockert, Jan W. 2019. Three-quarter views of depth-rotated faces induce face-specific capacity limits in visual search. Experimental Psychology. 65 (6), pp. 360-369.
Anodal transcranial direct current stimulation over the right dorsolateral prefrontal cortex enhances reflective judgment & decision-making
Edgcumbe, Daniel R., Thoma, V., Rivolta, Davide, Nitsche, Michael A. and Fu, C. 2018. Anodal transcranial direct current stimulation over the right dorsolateral prefrontal cortex enhances reflective judgment & decision-making. Brain Stimulation. 12 (3), pp. 652-658.
Misaligned and Polarity-Reversed Faces Determine Face-specific Capacity Limits
Thoma, V., Ward, Neil and de Fockert, Jan W. 2016. Misaligned and Polarity-Reversed Faces Determine Face-specific Capacity Limits. Frontiers in Psychology. 7 (1470).
Event-related potential effects of object repetition depend on attention and part-whole configuration
Gosling, Angela, Thoma, V., Fockert, Jan W. De and Richardson-Klavehn, Alan 2016. Event-related potential effects of object repetition depend on attention and part-whole configuration. Frontiers in Human Neuroscience. 10 (478).
View-sensitive ERP repetition effects indicate automatic holistic processing of spatially unattended objects
Wakui, E., Thoma, V. and de Fockert, Jan W. 2016. View-sensitive ERP repetition effects indicate automatic holistic processing of spatially unattended objects. Neuropsychologia. 89, pp. 426-436.
Reachability Does Not Explain the Middle Preference: A Comment on Bar-Hillel (2015)
Rodway, P., Schepman, A. and Thoma, V. 2016. Reachability Does Not Explain the Middle Preference: A Comment on Bar-Hillel (2015). i-Perception. 7 (2).
Looking behaviour and preference for artworks: The role of emotional valence and location
Kreplin, Ute, Thoma, V. and Rodway, Paul 2014. Looking behaviour and preference for artworks: The role of emotional valence and location. Acta Psychologica. 152, pp. 100-108.
Spatial attention enhances object coding in local and distributed representations of the lateral occipital complex
Guggenmos, Matthias, Thoma, V., Haynes, John-Dylan, Richardson-Klavehn, Alan, Cichy, Radoslaw Martin and Sterzer, Philipp 2015. Spatial attention enhances object coding in local and distributed representations of the lateral occipital complex. NeuroImage. 116, pp. 149-157.
Good Thinking or Gut Feeling? Cognitive Reflection and Intuition in Traders, Bankers and Financial Non-Experts
Thoma, V., White, Elliott, Panigrahi, Asha, Strowger, Vanessa and Anderson, I. 2015. Good Thinking or Gut Feeling? Cognitive Reflection and Intuition in Traders, Bankers and Financial Non-Experts. PLOS ONE. 10 (4), p. e0123202.
Priming of object detection under continuous flash suppression depends on attention but not on part-whole configuration
Stein, Timo, Thoma, V. and Sterzer, Philipp 2015. Priming of object detection under continuous flash suppression depends on attention but not on part-whole configuration. Journal of Vision. 15 (3), pp. 15-15.
Non-holistic coding of objects in lateral occipital complex with and without attention
Guggenmos, Matthias, Thoma, V., Cichy, Radoslaw Martin, Haynes, John-Dylan, Sterzer, Philipp and Richardson-Klavehn, Alan 2014. Non-holistic coding of objects in lateral occipital complex with and without attention. NeuroImage. 107, pp. 356-363.
Object representations in ventral and dorsal visual streams: fMRI repetition effects depend on attention and part–whole configuration
Thoma, V. and Henson, Richard N. 2011. Object representations in ventral and dorsal visual streams: fMRI repetition effects depend on attention and part–whole configuration. NeuroImage. 57 (2), pp. 513-525.
Face-specific capacity limits under perceptual load do not depend on holistic processing
Thoma, V. 2014. Face-specific capacity limits under perceptual load do not depend on holistic processing. Psychonomic Bulletin and Review. 21 (6), pp. 1473-1480.
The devil you know: The effect of brand recognition and product ratings on consumer choice
Thoma, V. and Williams, Alwyn 2013. The devil you know: The effect of brand recognition and product ratings on consumer choice. Judgment and Decision Making. 8 (1), pp. 34-44.
Perceptual load effects on processing distractor faces indicate face-specific capacity limits
Thoma, V. and Lavie, Nilli 2013. Perceptual load effects on processing distractor faces indicate face-specific capacity limits. Visual Cognition. 21 (8), pp. 1053-1076.
Good thinking or gut feeling? Decision-making style and rationality in traders, bankers and financial non-experts
Thoma, V. 2013. Good thinking or gut feeling? Decision-making style and rationality in traders, bankers and financial non-experts. UEL Research and Knowledge Exchange Conference 2013. University of East London, London 26 Jun 2013 London University of East London.
Evidence for holistic representations of ignored images and analytic representations of attended images
Thoma, V., Hummel, John E. and Jules, Davidoff 2004. Evidence for holistic representations of ignored images and analytic representations of attended images. Journal of Experimental Psychology: Human Perception and Performance. 30 (2), pp. 257-267.
Priming of plane-rotated objects depends on attention and view familiarity
Thoma, V., Davidoff, J. and Hummel, J.E. 2007. Priming of plane-rotated objects depends on attention and view familiarity. Visual Cognition. 15 (2), pp. 179-210.
Object representations in ventral and dorsal visual streams: fMRI repetition effects depend on attention and part–whole configuration
Thoma, V. and Henson, R.N. 2011. Object representations in ventral and dorsal visual streams: fMRI repetition effects depend on attention and part–whole configuration. NeuroImage. 57 (2), pp. 513-525.
The role of perceptual load in object recognition
Lavie, Nilli, Lin, Zhicheng, Zokaei, Nahid and Thoma, V. 2009. The role of perceptual load in object recognition. Journal of Experimental Psychology: Human Perception and Performance. 35 (5), pp. 1346-1358.