Relative size of global visual stimulus: advantage and interference.

@article{Amirkhiabani1998RelativeSO,
  title={Relative size of global visual stimulus: advantage and interference.},
  author={G Amirkhiabani},
  journal={Perceptual and motor skills},
  year={1998},
  volume={86 3 Pt 2},
  pages={1427-41}
}
Absolute and relative sizes of global and local visual stimuli have been suggested as the prime determinants of the so-called global precedence effect; however, in none of these studies has the relative size of the two levels been manipulated. Difference in size seems to be the most distinct aspect of differentiating global and local levels of a visual stimulus. In this study the effect of variations in relative size of global and local levels on the global-local advantage and interference… CONTINUE READING