Contrast-dependent dissociation of visual recognition and detection fields.


Seeing an object 'as something' is different from simply seeing it (see Watanabe, S., 1985, Pattern Recognition: Human and Mechanical, John Wiley). This distinction between recognition and detection often goes unnoticed in physiology and clinical practice, where visual performance is characterized in terms of acuity, visual field and contrast sensitivity… (More)


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