C L Heinbuck

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Five-year-olds, 8-year-olds, and adults (20 each) tachistoscopically viewed random-dot stereograms containing either uniform depth or an elevated disk whose perimeter fell 1.5 degrees, 2.5 degrees, or 4 degrees beyond fixation. When subjects were forewarned as to the size of the disk to look for (precued trials), signal detection improved (d' increased) for(More)
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