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Perceptual learning of a crowding task: Effects of anisotropy and optotype

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Plank, Tina ; Lerner, Laura ; Tuschewski, Jana ; Pawellek, Maja ; Malania, Maka ; Greenlee, Mark W.
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Date of publication of this fulltext: 27 Jan 2022 14:50


Visual crowding refers to the impairment of recognizing peripherally presented objects flanked by distractors. Crowding effects, exhibiting a certain spatial extent between target and flankers, can be reduced by perceptual learning. In this experiment, we investigated the learning-induced reduction of crowding in normally sighted participants and tested if learning on one optotype (Landolt-C) ...


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