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influence of color and figure-ground patterns on target accuracy
Agnes Marie Wisniewski
Written in English
|Statement||by Agnes Marie Wisniewski|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||vi, 63 leaves :|
|Number of Pages||63|
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Get this from a library. The influence of color and figure-ground patterns on target accuracy. [Agnes Marie Wisniewski]. This book chapter reviews recent psychophysical research into the functional role of color, luminance contrast and form geometry in the genesis of figure-ground (pictorial depth) percepts.
Shields, a recent stroke victim, cannot consciously perceive the large book on the coffee table in front of her. Yet, when urged to identify the book, she correctly reads aloud the printed title on the book cover.
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Chapter 3 Visual Illusions link: The illusion called "Pictographic Ambiguity" shows a reversible figure/ground image of: a young girl/old woman According to this model, whether people remember an item for a few seconds or a lifetime depends on how deeply they process the information.
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