Does inversion affect boundary extension for briefly-presented views?

@inproceedings{Beighley2016DoesIA,
  title={Does inversion affect boundary extension for briefly-presented views?},
  author={Steven Beighley and Helene Intraub},
  year={2016}
}
ABSTRACTInverting scenes interferes with visual perception and memory on many tasks. Might scene inversion eliminate boundary extension (BE) for briefly-presented photographs? In Experiment 1, an upright or inverted photograph (133, 258, or 383 ms) was followed by a 258 ms masked interval and a test photograph showing the identical view. Test photographs were rated as “same”, “closer”, or “farther away” (5-point scale). BE was just as great for inverted as upright views at the 133 and 383 ms… CONTINUE READING

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