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Compulsory averaging of crowded orientation signals in human vision
- L. Parkes, J. Lund, A. Angelucci, J. Solomon, M. Morgan
- Psychology, Medicine
- Nature Neuroscience
- 1 July 2001
A shape can be more difficult to identify when other shapes are near it. For example, when several grating patches are viewed parafoveally, observers are unable to report the orientation of the… Expand
Growing Up with Television: Cultivation Processes
The “Mainstreaming” of America: Violence Profile No. 11
The State of Cultivation
Cultivation analysis investigates television's contributions to viewers' conceptions of social reality. Developed by George Gerbner in the 1960s, cultivation research continues to expand in numerous… Expand
The Human Genome Project: Lessons from Large-Scale Biology
The Human Genome Project has been the first major foray of the biological and medical research communities into “big science.” In this Viewpoint, we present some of our experiences in organizing and… Expand
Growing up with television: The cultivation perspective.
Disabled People in Britain and Discrimination (Book).
- M. Morgan
- 1 September 1992
Two Decades of Cultivation Research: An Appraisal and Meta-Analysis
This chapter presents a theoretical review and meta-analysis of cultivation research. The authors examine the roots of cultivation analysis, as developed by George Gerbner and colleagues, and review… Expand