Presentation 2002/1/18
Visual search for Subjective contour : Does occur the search asymmetry in subjective contour
Daisuke Yoshino, Kaoru Noguchi,
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Abstract(in English) Using the visual search method including asymmetry search, we demonstrated that Kanizsa type' s subjective contours could be detected at a given time independent by from the number of non-subjective contour distractors. This finding suggests that subjective contours can be detected in parallel. These results suggest that while Kanizsa type's subjective contours may be represented in the early visual mechanism. Being in accordance with Treisman's notion that it was easier to find the target defined by the presence of preattentive basic features tends to be easily detected.
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Keyword(in English) subjective contour / visual search task / search asymmetry / parallel processing / early vision
Paper # HCS2001-40(2002-1)
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Title (in English) Visual search for Subjective contour : Does occur the search asymmetry in subjective contour
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Keyword(1) subjective contour
Keyword(2) visual search task
Keyword(3) search asymmetry
Keyword(4) parallel processing
Keyword(5) early vision
1st Author's Name Daisuke Yoshino
1st Author's Affiliation Graduate School of Literature and Social Sciences, Nihon University()
2nd Author's Name Kaoru Noguchi
2nd Author's Affiliation Department of Psychology, College of Humanities and Sciences, Nihon University
Date 2002/1/18
Paper # HCS2001-40(2002-1)
Volume (vol) vol.101
Number (no) 610
Page pp.pp.-
#Pages 6
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