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Figure 2 | Behavioral and Brain Functions

Figure 2

From: Additional evidence that contour attributes are not essential cues for object recognition

Figure 2

A given display set was broken at random into subsets containing four dots each (plus any residual), and these subsets were displayed successively. This figure provides examples of contiguous subsets. The left panels show the location of subset dots within the full inventory of dots. The right panels show how each subset would appear on the display board, with the time interval for display of a given subset being 0.4 ms.

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