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Attribute Pair-Based Visual Recognition and Memory

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Illusory perception of multiattribute objects predicted by the paired-attribute model.

(A) Example of stimuli used in Experiment 2. The target object denoted by SCM changed in each trial. S, C, or M with a bar denotes the distracting feature in the shape, color, or motion attribute, respectively. Subjects orally reported their view after a 3.3-s stimulus presentation. No feedback was provided for their answers. (B) Mean percentage of trials in which the reported shape, color, and motion were those of the target. Error bars indicate s.e.m. (n = 10). (C) Paired-attribute model accountable for the empirical result. Cooperative units are interconnected with connection weight 1, and competitive units with −1. (D) Simulated activities of individual units.

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