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DATE

1969-03

AUTHORS

Lloyd Kaufman, Whitman Richards

ABSTRACT

Haidinger’s brush was used as a method of locating fixation positions on a display. The various experimental patterns studied showed: (1) It is the already organized cortical representation of shape which governs fixation, rather than the peripheral input per se; (2) Acute angles near 20 deg are the most effective angular stimuli: (3) For figures subtending angles less than 5 deg, the eye is directed toward the center of the figure. and not toward its edge; and (4) Removing one segment from a completely enclosed figure may not alter the mean fixation position. More... »

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85-88

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  • 1967-03. Locating and identifying: Two modes of visual processing in BASIC RESEARCH IN PSYCHOLOGY
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