The selective benefits of colour in the detection of changes in naturalistic scenes

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Original languageEnglish
Pages101
Number of pages1
StatePublished - 2004
Event27th European Conference on Visual Perception - Budapest, Hungary

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Conference27th European Conference on Visual Perception
CountryHungary
CityBudapest
Period22/09/0426/09/04

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Scott-Brown, K. C., & Rowan, P. (2004). The selective benefits of colour in the detection of changes in naturalistic scenes. 101. Abstract from 27th European Conference on Visual Perception, Budapest, Hungary.

Scott-Brown, Kenneth C.; Rowan, P. / The selective benefits of colour in the detection of changes in naturalistic scenes.

2004. 101 Abstract from 27th European Conference on Visual Perception, Budapest, Hungary.

Research output: Contribution to conferenceAbstract

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Scott-Brown, KC & Rowan, P 2004, 'The selective benefits of colour in the detection of changes in naturalistic scenes' 27th European Conference on Visual Perception, Budapest, Hungary, 22/09/04 - 26/09/04, pp. 101.

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2004. 101 Abstract from 27th European Conference on Visual Perception, Budapest, Hungary.

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