Visual short-term memory for natural scenes: Effects of eccentricity.

@article{Velisavljevi2008VisualSM,
  title={Visual short-term memory for natural scenes: Effects of eccentricity.},
  author={Ljiljana Velisavljevi{\'c} and James H. Elder},
  journal={Journal of vision},
  year={2008},
  volume={8 4},
  pages={
          28.1-17
        }
}
It is well established that a range of basic visual acuities and sensitivities decline with retinal eccentricity due in part to a decline in spatial sampling in the retina. However, it is also known that not all peripheral deficits can be explained entirely by such low-level factors, suggesting a specialization of central vision for certain visual tasks. Here, we examine visual short-term memory for natural scenes and ask whether low-level factors can fully account for variations in performance… CONTINUE READING

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