A temporo-spatial analysis of the neural correlates of extrinsic perceptual grouping in vision.

@article{Montoro2015ATA,
  title={A temporo-spatial analysis of the neural correlates of extrinsic perceptual grouping in vision.},
  author={Pedro R. Montoro and Dolores E. Luna and Jacobo Albert and Gerardo Santaniello and Sara L{\'o}pez-Mart{\'i}n and Miguel {\'A}ngel Pozo and Jos{\'e} Antonio Hinojosa},
  journal={Neuropsychologia},
  year={2015},
  volume={69},
  pages={118-29}
}
Principles of perceptual grouping can be divided into intrinsic grouping cues, which are based on built-in properties of the grouped elements (e.g., their shape, position, colour, etc.) like most of the classical Gestalt laws, and extrinsic grouping principles, based on relations between the discrete elements and other external stimuli that induce them to… CONTINUE READING