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Spatio-temporal dynamics of object recognition: A study of "closure" processes
(ProQuest Dissertations & Theses, 2005)
Humans recognize visual objects, often despite highly adverse viewing conditions (e.g. occlusion, poor lighting or novel orientations). The term "perceptual closure" has been used to refer to the neural processes responsible ...
An electrophysiological study of active vision
(ProQuest Dissertations & Theses, 2000)
In active vision, information is obtained at brief fixations separated by saccadic eye movements. Nonetheless, our visual experience is not of discrete snapshots, but of a complete and integrated percept. In this dissertation, ...