Human perceptual learning in identifying the oblique orientation: retinotopy, orientation specificity and monocularity.

@article{Schoups1995HumanPL,
  title={Human perceptual learning in identifying the oblique orientation: retinotopy, orientation specificity and monocularity.},
  author={A. Schoups and R. Vogels and G. Orban},
  journal={The Journal of Physiology},
  year={1995},
  volume={483}
}
1. Human perceptual learning in discrimination of the oblique orientation was studied using psychophysical methods. Subjects were trained daily to improve their ability to identify the orientation of a circular 2.5 deg diameter unidimensional noise field. Dramatic improvements in sensitivity to contour orientation occurred over a period of 15‐20 days. The improved performance persisted for several months. Improvement was more evident between daily sessions than within sessions. This was partly… Expand
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