Localization of element clusters by the human visual system

@article{Hess1994LocalizationOE,
  title={Localization of element clusters by the human visual system},
  author={Robert F. Hess and Stephen R. G. Dakin and David R. Badcock},
  journal={Vision Research},
  year={1994},
  volume={34},
  pages={2439-2451}
}
A spatial localization task was used to determine the accuracy of localization of random element clusters about their centroid. The random element clusters were generated within a circular region and the observers' task was to decide whether the cluster lay to the right or left of a reference line, defined by two vertically separated reference elements. Both the reference elements and the cluster elements themselves were comprised of spatially narrowband stimuli (gabor patches), and were… CONTINUE READING

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