Impaired behavioral and neural sensitivity to boundary cues in Williams syndrome.

@article{Park2015ImpairedBA,
  title={Impaired behavioral and neural sensitivity to boundary cues in Williams syndrome.},
  author={Soojin Park and Katrina Ferrara and Barbara Landau},
  journal={Journal of vision},
  year={2015},
  volume={15 12},
  pages={115}
}
Boundaries are fundamental features that define a scene. However, not all boundaries are equally effective for navigation. For example, when preschoolers are disoriented and have to reorient by a flat boundary (e.g., a mat), they are unable to use geometry and will randomly search the four corners of the mat. However, when the mat is replaced by a curb 2 cm… CONTINUE READING