Lana Trick

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Information describing the layout of objects in space is commonly conveyed through the use of linguistic terms denoting spatial relations that hold between the objects. Though progress has been made in the understanding and modelling of many individual relations, a better understanding of how human subjects use spatial relations together in natural language(More)
Every day we view scenes wherein the contours of objects are not wholly visible either because an object is behind something or in front of a background homogeneous with itself. Illusory contour figures (items that can be seen as whole though they lack some of their bounding contours) can be used to study how the visual system deals with objects that are(More)
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