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Extending a class of motion stimuli to study multiattribute texture perception

Presents a class of stimuli for studying the interaction of visual attributes in forming textural patterns. These stimuli are obtained in a simple manner from a class of motion stimuli (MS) that were described in A. Gorea and T. V. Papathomas's (see record 1989-21232-001) earlier study. The MS presented here enable vision researchers to study the interaction of visual attributes in textural grouping. These MS enjoy several advantages, most of which stem from the fact that each attribute can be arranged in 2-dimensional space simultaneously with, but independently of the rest of the attributes. These MS open up new possibilities for investigating similarities and differences between perceptual mechanisms in motion and texture processing. (PsycINFO Database Record (c) 2005 APA, all rights reserved)



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