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Year Number of Results
1945 41
1946 113
1947 120
1948 137
1949 184
1950 194
1951 297
1952 312
1953 354
1954 352
1955 377
1956 352
1957 385
1958 401
1959 389
1960 411
1961 507
1962 623
1963 904
1964 1373
1965 1442
1966 1457
1967 2009
1968 2563
1969 2638
1970 2565
1971 3028
1972 3470
1973 3622
1974 3700
1975 3386
1976 3382
1977 3345
1978 3804
1979 3977
1980 3811
1981 3781
1982 4125
1983 4240
1984 4349
1985 4431
1986 4271
1987 4237
1988 4107
1989 4800
1990 5124
1991 4989
1992 5326
1993 5721
1994 5723
1995 5740
1996 6223
1997 6585
1998 7040
1999 7248
2000 8055
2001 8492
2002 8796
2003 9769
2004 10684
2005 12535
2006 13803
2007 14909
2008 16595
2009 17655
2010 17800
2011 18878
2012 19457
2013 20085
2014 20566
2015 21047
2016 20651
2017 20704
2018 20060
2019 8555
2020 83
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Perception.
Pick HL and Ryan SM. Annu Rev Psychol 1971 - Review. PMID 4929229
Perception.
von Fieandt K and Wertheimer M. Annu Rev Psychol 1969 - Review. PMID 4888621
Two-dimensional grouping affects perisaccadic perception of depth and synchrony.
Aruga R, et al. Perception 2014. PMID 25154289
However, only a small number of previous studies have addressed the perception of a visual image induced by a saccade eye movement (visual image that is dynamically drawn on the retina during a saccade at the speed of the eye movement). ...
However, only a small number of previous studies have addressed the perception of a visual image induced by a saccade eye movement (v …
How best to unify crowding?
Pachai MV, et al. Curr Biol 2016. PMID 27166689 Free article.
In crowding, the perception of an object deteriorates in the presence of nearby elements. Obviously, crowding is a ubiquitous phenomenon, as elements are rarely seen in isolation. ...
In crowding, the perception of an object deteriorates in the presence of nearby elements. Obviously, crowding is a ubiquitous phenome …
Why do animals differ in their susceptibility to geometrical illusions?
Feng LC, et al. Psychon Bull Rev 2017. PMID 27488557
Future testing in animals could provide new theoretical insights by focusing on establishing dissociations between stimuli that may or may not alter perception in a particular species. ...
Future testing in animals could provide new theoretical insights by focusing on establishing dissociations between stimuli that may or may n …
Auditory psychophysics
Trahiotis C and Robinson DE. Annu Rev Psychol 1979 - Review. PMID 375811
Reply to Pachai et al
Harrison WJ and Bex PJ. Curr Biol 2016. PMID 27166690 Free article.
Ambiguities and conventions in the perception of visual art.
Mamassian P. Vision Res 2008 - Review. PMID 18619482 Free article.
Vision perception is ambiguous and visual arts play with these ambiguities. While perceptual ambiguities are resolved with prior constraints, artistic ambiguities are resolved by conventions. ...While most conventions seem to have their roots in perceptual constraints, those conventions that differ from priors may help us appreciate how visual arts differ from everyday perception....
Vision perception is ambiguous and visual arts play with these ambiguities. While perceptual ambiguities are resolved with prior cons …
Percept-percept couplings
Epstein W. Perception 1982 - Review. PMID 6752865
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