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Depth information does not speed up a texture segmentation task unless the required reaction time is longer than about 1 s: implications for the relative roles of striate and extra-striate cortices in input driven attentional guidance

Zhaoping, L; Guyader, N; Lewis, A; (2009) Depth information does not speed up a texture segmentation task unless the required reaction time is longer than about 1 s: implications for the relative roles of striate and extra-striate cortices in input driven attentional guidance. PERCEPTION , 38 59 - 59.

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Title: Depth information does not speed up a texture segmentation task unless the required reaction time is longer than about 1 s: implications for the relative roles of striate and extra-striate cortices in input driven attentional guidance
UCL classification: UCL > School of BEAMS > Faculty of Engineering Science > Computer Science
URI: http://discovery.ucl.ac.uk/id/eprint/1307495
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