Processing integral dimensions: the whole view.

@article{Nelson1993ProcessingID,
  title={Processing integral dimensions: the whole view.},
  author={Deborah G. Kemler Nelson},
  journal={Journal of experimental psychology. Human perception and performance},
  year={1993},
  volume={19 5},
  pages={1105-13; discussion 1114-20}
}
In the traditional view, integral dimensions are said to be processed as unitary whole and only occasionally analyzed. Converging operations establish that (a) pitch and loudness and (b) hue, saturation, and brightness are true psychological dimensions and yet constitute integral dimensions in just this sense. Recent challenges provided by R. D. Melara, L. E. Marks, and their colleagues are shown to be based on narrow and faulty interpretations of evidence for privileged axes. They are also… CONTINUE READING
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