Conjunction search means looking for a particular combination of features. Conjunction means "joining together". Conjunction search refers to a visual search task in which it is necessary to search for a combination or conjunction of two (2) or more features on the same stimulus to find the target. An example of a Conjunction search would be looking for a horizontal green line among vertical green lines and horizontal red lines.

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