Motion perception: How are moving images segmented?

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Abstract

Visual images are segmented perceptually by a variety of cues, including color and motion. Recent experiments, using perceptual and neurophysiological approaches, have explored the complex interaction between these attributes. A full account will certainly include the effects of directed attention.

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Britten, K. H. (1999, October 7). Motion perception: How are moving images segmented? Current Biology. Current Biology Ltd. https://doi.org/10.1016/S0960-9822(99)80469-2

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