Subjective visibility depends on level of processing

@article{Windey2013SubjectiveVD,
  title={Subjective visibility depends on level of processing},
  author={Bert Windey and Wim Gevers and Axel Cleeremans},
  journal={Cognition},
  year={2013},
  volume={129},
  pages={404-409}
}
Is visual awareness graded or binary? Experimental work has provided support for both possibilities, leading to two coexisting but contradictory theoretical accounts. Here we propose a promising candidate factor through which to integrate both accounts: the depth of stimulus processing required by the task. We compared color identification (a low-level task) with numerical judgements (a high-level task) performed on the very same colored number stimuli. Psychophysical curves were analyzed for… CONTINUE READING

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