Alphabetic letter identification: effects of perceivability, similarity, and bias.

@article{Mueller2012AlphabeticLI,
  title={Alphabetic letter identification: effects of perceivability, similarity, and bias.},
  author={Shane T. Mueller and Christoph T Weidemann},
  journal={Acta psychologica},
  year={2012},
  volume={139 1},
  pages={19-37}
}
The legibility of the letters in the Latin alphabet has been measured numerous times since the beginning of experimental psychology. To identify the theoretical mechanisms attributed to letter identification, we report a comprehensive review of literature, spanning more than a century. This review revealed that identification accuracy has frequently been attributed to a subset of three common sources: perceivability, bias, and similarity. However, simultaneous estimates of these values have… CONTINUE READING

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