Connection-based and object-based grouping in multiple-object tracking: A developmental study

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Hallen, Ruth; Reusens, J. (Julie); Evers, K. (Kris); de-Wit, Lee; Wagemans, Johan;
(2018)
  • Publisher: British Psychological Society
  • Subject: Gestalt laws, Infancy, Visual connection‐based grouping, Visual object‐based grouping, Visual tracking ability, Childhood, Visual aberration in different types of grouping
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textabstractDevelopmental research on Gestalt laws has previously revealed that, even as young as infancy, we are bound to group visual elements into unitary structures in accordance with a variety of organizational principles. Here, we focus on the developmental trajec... View more
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