The visual representation of three-dimensional, rotating objects.

  title={The visual representation of three-dimensional, rotating objects.},
  author={Zoe Kourtzi and Maggie Shiffrar},
  journal={Acta psychologica},
  volume={102 2-3},
Depth rotations can reveal new object parts and result in poor recognition of "static" objects (Biederman & Gerhardstein, 1993). Recent studies have suggested that multiple object views can be associated through temporal contiguity and similarity (Edelman & Weinshall, 1991; Lawson, Humphreys & Watson, 1994; Wallis, 1996). Motion may also play an important role in object recognition since observers recognize novel views of objects rotating in the picture plane more readily than novel views of… CONTINUE READING

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