The effect of goodness onencoding time in visual pattern discrimination

@article{Garner1974TheEO,
  title={The effect of goodness onencoding time in visual pattern discrimination},
  author={W. R. Garner and Donna J. Sutliff},
  journal={Perception & Psychophysics},
  year={1974},
  volume={16},
  pages={426-430}
}
Previous results have implied that pattern goodness, as defined by rotation/reflection equivalence set size, is a determinant of encoding time. A direct test of this implication was made via a discrete RT task using good and poor dot patterns in a two-stimulus discrimination. The following discrimination conditions were used: (1) good vs good; (2) poor vs poor; and (3) good vs poor. Overall RTs for Conditions 1 and 3 were equal, but each was significantly faster than Condition 2. In the first… CONTINUE READING

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