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Figure 1 | Behavioral and Brain Functions

Figure 1

From: Spatial and temporal proximity as factors in shape recognition

Figure 1

A. Positions of the boundary markers for a typical shape are illustrated. A size bar representing 1 degree of visual angle is provided in the lower left corner of this panel. B. A sample from the full inventory was selected for display. For a given subject a random starting point was chosen, designated here by the arrow. Then proceeding clockwise, every Nth dot was selected to be in the display set. The value of N varied across shapes to adjust for difficulty. C. The dots of the display set are shown. Dot size has been enlarged for purposes of illustration.

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