Crowding is tuned for perceived (not physical) location

  • Dakin S
  • Greenwood J
  • Carlson T
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Abstract In the peripheral visual field, nearby objects can make one another difficult to recognize ( crowding ) in a manner that critically depends on their separation. We manipulated the apparent separation of objects using the illusory shifts in perceived ...

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  • motion

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  • Steven C Dakin

  • John A Greenwood

  • Thomas A Carlson

  • Peter J Bex

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