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The Role of Relative Targets Locations in Visual Search (as Study on Subsequent Search Misses)
Subsequent search misses (SSM) refer to the decrease in accuracy in detecting a second target after the first target has been found in visual search task. The experiment will examine the role of intertarget distance and location in a dual purpose visual search. The purpose of this study is to test the hypothesis, SSM phenomenon (subsequent search misses) is associated with the distance between stimuli and relative location. Participants will be a group of 24 people. Using a laboratory experiment as a method, the proposed hypothesis will be tested.