Perceptual grouping in space and time: evidence from the Ternus display.

@article{Kramer1997PerceptualGI,
  title={Perceptual grouping in space and time: evidence from the Ternus display.},
  author={Phillip D. Kramer and Steven Yantis},
  journal={Perception & psychophysics},
  year={1997},
  volume={59 1},
  pages={87-99}
}
We report three experiments investigating the effect of perceptual grouping on the appearance of a bistable apparent-motion (Ternus) display. Subjects viewed a Ternus display embedded in an array of context elements that could potentially group with the Ternus elements. In contrast to several previous findings, we found that grouping influenced apparent motion perception. In Experiment 1, apparent motion perception was significantly affected via grouping by shape similarity, even when the… CONTINUE READING
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