GROUPING BASED FEATURE ATTRIBUTION IN METACONTRAST MASKING
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The visibility of a target can be strongly suppressed by metacontrast masking. Still, some features of the target can be perceived within the mask. Usually, these rare cases of feature mis-localizations are assumed to reflect errors of the visual system. To the contrary, the author will show that feature mis-localizations in metacontrast masking follow rules of motion grouping and, hence, should be viewed as part of a systematic feature attribution process.
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