Global versus local processing in the absence of low spatial frequencies.


When observers are presented with hierarchical visual stimuli that contain incongruous coarse ("global") and fine ("local") pattern attributes, the global structure interferes with local pattern processing more than local structure interferes with global pattern processing. This effect is referred to as "global precedence." The present experiments tested… (More)
DOI: 10.1162/jocn.1990.2.3.272


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