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Alternative TitleEffect of Self-Occlusion on Shape Perception
冉恬; 禤宇明; 傅小兰
Abstract采用Baylis等人和Hulleman等人的顶点高低判断范式,使用黑白线条图、灰度图和红绿彩图为刺激材料,探讨单一物体自遮挡关系及刺激图形颜色对物体知觉的影响。研究结果表明:①当目标顶点位于遮挡成分中时反应被易化,而当目标顶点位于被遮挡成分中时反应被抑制,这表明物体形状加工过程受到物体深度线索(自遮挡关系)的影响; ②刺激图形的颜色对物体顶点高低判断加工没有显著影响。
Other AbstractThe present study aims to investigate how self-occlusion and color influence the object shape perception. The Baylis∀ paradigm, in which subjects had to judge which of the two vertices of an object was higher, was applied to this study. The results shows that: a) If the vertices to be selected are in occluding-part of the object, responses are facilitated; while for the vertices in occluded-part, responses are inhibited. It indicates that the processing of shape perception is affected by self-occlusion; and b) Color has no effects on the vertices position judgment task.
Keyword形状知觉 自遮挡关系 不可能图形 易化 抑制
Subject Area认知心理学
Source Publication人类工效学
Indexed ByCSCD
Funding Project国家自然科学基金资助项目( 60433030) ; 国家自然科学基金资助项目( 30270466) ; 中国科技部973 项目 ( 2002CB312103) ; 中国科学院心理研究所创新重点项目( 0302037)
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冉恬,禤宇明,傅小兰. 自遮挡关系对物体知觉的影响[J]. 人类工效学,2005,11(2):1-3,55.
APA 冉恬,禤宇明,&傅小兰.(2005).自遮挡关系对物体知觉的影响.人类工效学,11(2),1-3,55.
MLA 冉恬,et al."自遮挡关系对物体知觉的影响".人类工效学 11.2(2005):1-3,55.
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