Can the amplitude difference spectrum peak frequency explain the foveal crowding effect?

@article{Liu2001CanTA,
  title={Can the amplitude difference spectrum peak frequency explain the foveal crowding effect?},
  author={Lei Liu},
  journal={Vision Research},
  year={2001},
  volume={41},
  pages={3693-3704}
}
Hess et al. (Vision Res. 40 (2000) 365) found that the peak frequency of the amplitude difference spectrum (ADS) of a Landolt C/flanking bar configuration was higher than that of an isolated C. They believed that this mismatch in the dominant frequency components could account for the foveal crowding effect. The following empirical and theoretical studies were conducted to evaluate this new explanation. First, the foveal crowding effect between a Landolt C and four flanking bars was measured… CONTINUE READING

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