Improvement in vernier acuity with practice

@article{McKee1978ImprovementIV,
  title={Improvement in vernier acuity with practice},
  author={S. McKee and Gerald Westhe},
  journal={Perception & Psychophysics},
  year={1978},
  volume={24},
  pages={258-262}
}
The ability to detect small differences in the positions of two lines (vernier acuity) showed some improvement with practice in all eight subjects, even for subjects given no error feedback. The average decline in threshold with training (2,000–2,500 responses) was about 40%. We used three target orientations: vertical, horizontal, and right oblique. Orientational differences remained stable in only one subject. In five subjects, orientational differences present at the beginning of training… Expand
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