Learning in grating waveform discrimination: Specificity for orientation and spatial frequency

@article{Fiorentini1981LearningIG,
  title={Learning in grating waveform discrimination: Specificity for orientation and spatial frequency},
  author={A. Fiorentini and N. Berardi},
  journal={Vision Research},
  year={1981},
  volume={21},
  pages={1149-1158}
}
Abstract The effects of practice in the discrimination of briefly flashed gratings were investigated by a forced-choice procedure with error correction in a number of tasks requiring discimination either of pairs of complex gratings of different waveforms or of “simple” (sinusoidal) gratings of slightly different spatial frequency. The percentage of correct responses progressively increases with repetition of trials up to 100–200 trials and then levels off, remaining rather constant thereafter… Expand
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