Osamu Kokubun

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Boundary extension is a picture-memory phenomenon that viewers remember seeing wider-angle view than was actually depicted in a photography. To explain boundary extension, Intraub, Bender and Mangels (1992) proposed the scene context hypothesis that boundary extension is due to viewer's expectancy of scene continuity outside the camera's field of view. The(More)
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