Uncovering foveal crowding?

  title={Uncovering foveal crowding?},
  author={Maria Lev and Oren Yehezkel and Uri Polat},
  booktitle={Scientific reports},
Visual crowding, as context modulation, reduce the ability to recognize objects in clutter, sets a fundamental limit on visual perception and object recognition. It's considered that crowding does not exist in the fovea and extensive efforts explored crowding in the periphery revealed various models that consider several aspects of spatial processing. Studies showed that spatial and temporal crowding are correlated, suggesting a tradeoff between spatial and temporal processing of crowding. We… CONTINUE READING
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