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Four cats were trained to discriminate two spots of light of different luminance (1–1.5 degrees diameter, 6–8 degrees distance; luminance of the brighter light 50 asb, duration 3 sec) in positively reinforced behavioral experiments.
All animals learned to discriminate the brighter...
The present study sought to determine whether an inspection-pattern (I-pattern) appearing merely as a structure and not as a figure (according toRubin) could produce figural after-effects (FAE), and what influence did structures, phenomenally dichotomized into figure and ground, have on the FAE....
Four cats, which had learned to discriminate between two spots of 1–1.5 degrees diameter and unequal luminance were tested in a further series of behavioral experiments to determine whether visual simultaneous contrast can be found in these animals.
The answer to this question was...
A discussion of current theories of size accentuation (Bruner, Postman, McCurdy, Tajfel, Ertel andStubbe, etc.) indicated that none of these theories is able to adequately explain existing empirical data. Our own theory of accentuation, conceived in a effort to avoid the weaknesses of the other...
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