Fractionating the binding process: neuropsychological evidence distinguishing binding of form from binding of surface features

@article{Humphreys2000FractionatingTB,
  title={Fractionating the binding process: neuropsychological evidence distinguishing binding of form from binding of surface features},
  author={Glyn W. Humphreys and Caterina Cinel and Jeremy Wolfe and Andrew Olson and Nikki Klempen},
  journal={Vision Research},
  year={2000},
  volume={40},
  pages={1569-1596}
}
We present neuropsychological evidence demonstrating that the binding of form elements into shapes dissociates from the binding of surface detail to shape. Data are reported from a patient with bilateral parietal lesions, GK, who manifests left-side visual extinction along with many illusory conjunctions when asked to discriminate both surface and form information about stimuli. We show that there are effects of grouping on both extinction and illusory conjunctions when the tasks require report… CONTINUE READING

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