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Seeing Spatial Form$
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Michael R. M. Jenkin and Laurence R. Harris

Print publication date: 2005

Print ISBN-13: 9780195172881

Published to Oxford Scholarship Online: March 2012

DOI: 10.1093/acprof:oso/9780195172881.001.0001

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The Processing of Motion-Defined Form

The Processing of Motion-Defined Form

(p.101) 8. The Processing of Motion-Defined Form
Seeing Spatial Form

Deborah Giaschi

Oxford University Press

One type of motion-defined form is keeping a figure steady but moving the texture inside the figure in relation to that outside it. This chapter presents studies on this type of motion-defined form using patients and children. As seen in the results, in patients with multiple sclerosis, cortical lesions, amblyopia, or dyslexia, motion-defined form processing may not be associated with the processing of simple motion stimuli.

Keywords:   motion-defined form, letter test, multiple sclerosis, motion processing, cortical lesions

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