perceptual grouping


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perceptual grouping

The processing of information derived from nerves in the eyes, ears, nose, tongue, skin, and any other sensory structures. This function helps in understanding the environment and forming a coherent image of what is perceived.
See also: grouping
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Perceptual grouping in Gabor lattices: Proximity and alignment.
3), was similar to that used in previous studies, in which elements are arranged according to gestalt principles of perceptual grouping so that specific perceptual correspondences among elements are produced (Primi, 1995; Primi & Rosado, 1995).
The COntour DEtector theory (CODE; van Oeffelen and Vos, 1982, 1983) is based in the perceptual grouping by similarity.

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