The prevalence effect is imbalanced: it is stronger for high target presentation rates, than for low


Godwin, H.J., Menneer, T., Cave, K.R., Cutler, V. and Donnelly, N. (2009) The prevalence effect is imbalanced: it is stronger for high target presentation rates, than for low At Vision Sciences Society Annual Conference, United States.

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