Susann Schaffer

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There is an ongoing debate whether visual object representations can be formed outside the focus of voluntary attention. Recently, implicit behavioral measures suggested that grouping processes can occur for task-irrelevant visual stimuli, thus supporting theories of preattentive object formation (e.g., Lamy, D., Segal, H., & Ruderman, L. Grouping does not(More)
Event-related potentials and behavioural performance as a function of target eccentricity were measured while subjects performed a texture segmentation task. Fit-of-structures, i.e. easiness of target detection was varied: in Experiment 1, a texture with peripheral fit (easier detection of peripheral presented targets) and in Experiment 2, a texture with(More)
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