Position and spatial frequency in large-scale localization judgments

@article{Burbeck1987PositionAS,
  title={Position and spatial frequency in large-scale localization judgments},
  author={Christina A. Burbeck},
  journal={Vision Research},
  year={1987},
  volume={27},
  pages={417-427}
}
The frequency-channel model and the position, or "local-signs," model that have been proposed to account for hyperacuity (i.e. small-scale relative spatial localization) are examined in the context of large-scale relative spatial localization. As a basis for subsequent experiments, localization accuracy is measured over a large range of object separations, and previous findings that the "Weber fraction for localization" is constant are replicated. The effects on localization accuracy of both… CONTINUE READING
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