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Attribute Pair-Based Visual Recognition and Memory

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Experiment and models on rivalry between multiattribute objects.

(A) Stimuli used in Experiment 1. Ten subjects with normal vision reported their perceptions by pressing buttons. (B) Mean percentage of the total period in which button A, B, or neither was pressed. Hatched bars indicate that both stimuli were perceived in different fields (mosaic dominance). Error bars indicate s.e.m. (n = 10). (C) Mean frequency of perceptual alternation between two stimuli during a single trial (60 s). Error bars indicate s.e.m. (D) Three hypothetical models for representations of multiattribute objects.

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