The Processing Architectures of Whole-Object Features: A Logical-Rules Approach
Sarah Moneer, Tony Wang, Daniel R Little
JOURNAL OF EXPERIMENTAL PSYCHOLOGY-HUMAN PERCEPTION AND PERFORMANCE | AMER PSYCHOLOGICAL ASSOC | Published : 2016
In this article, we examine whether dimensions comprising the entirety of an object (e.g., size and saturation) are processed independently or pooled into a single whole-object representation. These whole-object features, while notionally separable, sometimes show empirical effects consistent with integrality. A recently proposed theoretical distinction between integral and separable dimensions that emphasizes the time course of information processing, can be used to differentiate whether whole-object features are processed independently, either in serial or in parallel, or pooled into a single coactive process (see, e.g., Little, Nosofsky, Donkin, & Denton, 2013). The current research exami..View full abstract
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This work was supported by Australian Research Council (ARC) Discovery Project Grant DP120103120 and by a Melbourne Research Grant Support Scheme grant to Daniel R. Little. We thank Mike Kalish for helpful discussions about this work.