The late Anne Treisman studied attention and its role in perception for 60 years. Molly mentioned some of this work in 'Thing #10' (cocktail party phenomenon, dichotic listening) and Treisman's view that attention works like an attenuator. Holly will flesh out Treisman's argument that attention is like glue, integrating stimulus features into perceived objects. Illusory conjunctions occur when features are integrated incorrectly.

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