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Crowding has become a hot topic in vision research and some fundamentals are now widely agreed upon. For the classical crowding task one would likely agree with the following statements. (1) Bouma's law can be sensibly stated as saying that 'critical distance for crowding is about half the target's eccentricity'. (2) Crowding is predominantly a peripheral phenomenon. (3) Crowding increases strongly and steadily with eccentricity (as does the minimal angle of resolution, MAR). (4) Crowding isdoi:10.7287/peerj.preprints.27353 fatcat:bo2uqqfpsjcorj24obqzt2zy4q