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CMB Monday Seminar (Vision)- Jennifer Corbett

Feb 23, 2009
from 04:00 PM to 05:30 PM

267 Cousteau Pl, Large Conference Room

Vul and Pashler (2008) reported that the average of two guesses from the same observer was more accurate when guesses were made weeks apart versus when they were made in immediate succession. As these results suggest that an observer's guesses become more independent with a greater delay, we wondered whether the same may be true for multiple samples of a visual percept. Using an n-back paradigm, we are investigating whether averaging multiple glances from same or different areas of the visual field improves
pattern recognition.

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