Contour grouping inside and outside of facial contexts.


We examine how contours group in isolation compared with when they are embedded in face-like contexts. As previously shown, contours that seem to group by phenomenological observation also show powerful effects on task performance: with contours that group, selective attention to one while ignoring another is poor (as indexed by Garner Interference (GI… (More)


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@article{Pomerantz2003ContourGI, title={Contour grouping inside and outside of facial contexts.}, author={James R. Pomerantz and Alpna Agrawal and Stephen W Jewell and Martha Jeong and Hana Khan and Sandra Lozano}, journal={Acta psychologica}, year={2003}, volume={114 3}, pages={245-71} }