Accession Number : ADA192897
Title : The Interaction of Sensory and Perceptual Variables: Spatial, Temporal and Orientation Response to Figure and Ground.
Descriptive Note : Final rept. 1 Jun 84-31 Aug 87,
Corporate Author : STATE UNIV OF NEW YORK AT BUFFALO AMHERST
Personal Author(s) : Weisstein, Naomi
PDF Url : ADA192897
Report Date : 25 Feb 1988
Pagination or Media Count : 34
Abstract : Numerous experimental observations support the principal investigator's conjecture that human visual segmentation of figure and ground is partly determined by properties of the visual scene. Support derives from observations that: figure and ground occupy different perceptual depth planes; perceived differences of depth are necessary for figure-ground segmentation; patches of an image are assigned to depth planes partly on the basis of their relative spatial frequency content, temporal frequency content (distinguished from perceived velocity), and retinal disparity. Details of these and other experiments are included with discussion and references. Keywords:Space perception.
Descriptors : *SPACE PERCEPTION, *VISUAL PERCEPTION, *SURFACES, HUMANS, OPTICAL IMAGES, ORIENTATION(DIRECTION), PERCEPTION, RESPONSE, SEGMENTED, VARIABLES, VISION, IMAGE PROCESSING, SPATIAL DISTRIBUTION
Subject Categories : Psychology
Anatomy and Physiology
Distribution Statement : APPROVED FOR PUBLIC RELEASE