What have we learned from two decades of object-substitution masking? Time to update: Object individuation prevails over substitution
Object-substitution masking (OSM) refers to when the delayed disappearance of a sparse mask that spatially surrounds but does not overlap the target impairs target perception. Two major theoretical accounts have been offered to explain OSM: the object-substitution account, which stipulates that masking occurs when a separate mask representation replaces the target, and the object-updating account, which espouses that masking is the product of a single representation initially containing...[Show more]
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|Source:||Journal of experimental psychology. Human perception and performance|
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