Evidence for holistic representations of ignored images and analytic representations of attended images

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Davidoff, Jules B.; Hummel, J.; Thoma, V.; (2004)

According to the hybrid theory of object recognition (Hummel, 2001), ignored object images are represented holistically, and attended images both holistically and analytically. This account correctly predicts patterns of visual priming as a function of translation, scal... View more
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