Justin Ericson

Jonathan Winkle1
Stephen Mitroff1
1Jonathan Winkle
1Stephen Mitroff
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Many theories of visual perception propose that brightness information spreads from edges to define the perceived intensity of the interior of visual surfaces. Several theories of visual perception have hypothesized that this filling-in process is similar to a diffusion of information where the signals coding brightness spread to nearest neighbors. This(More)
Life is not a series of independent events, but rather, each event is influenced by what just happened and what might happen next. However, many research studies treat any given trial as an independent and isolated event. Some research fields explicitly test trial-to-trial influences (e.g., repetition priming, task switching), but many, including visual(More)
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