Pooling of continuous features provides a unifying account of crowding

Abstract

Visual crowding refers to phenomena in which the perception of a peripheral target is strongly affected by nearby flankers. Observers often report seeing the stimuli as "jumbled up," or otherwise confuse the target with the flankers. Theories of visual crowding contend over which aspect of the stimulus gets confused in peripheral vision. Attempts to test… (More)
DOI: 10.1167/16.3.39

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@inproceedings{Keshvari2016PoolingOC, title={Pooling of continuous features provides a unifying account of crowding}, author={Shaiyan Keshvari and Ruth Rosenholtz}, booktitle={Journal of vision}, year={2016} }