Judgments of perceptual groups: reliability and sensitivity to stimulus transformation.

  title={Judgments of perceptual groups: reliability and sensitivity to stimulus transformation.},
  author={Brian J Compton and Gordon D. Logan},
  journal={Perception & psychophysics},
  volume={61 7},
The reliability of subjects' judgments of the groups present in dot patterns and the sensitivity of those judgments to stimulus transformation were assessed. The subjects indicated the groups that they saw within random dot patterns, and each judgment was compared with those of other subjects and with their own judgments for related presentations. Within subjects, each pattern appeared in an initial presentation, an identical repetition, and a transformed state (a rotation or a change in scale… CONTINUE READING


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