Object recognition by component features: are there age differences.

@article{Frazier1992ObjectRB,
  title={Object recognition by component features: are there age differences.},
  author={Lindsay Frazier and W. Hoyer},
  journal={Experimental aging research},
  year={1992},
  volume={18 1-2},
  pages={9-14}
}
This study extended aspects of Biederman's (1987) recognition-by-components (RBC) theory to the analysis of age differences in the recognition of incomplete visually-presented objects. RBC theory predicts that objects are recognizable or recoverable under conditions of fragmentation if a sufficient amount of essential structural information remains available. Objects are rendered nonrecoverable by the omission or obstruction of essential structural features at vertices and areas of concavity… CONTINUE READING

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