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Effects of number, complexity, and familiarity of flankers on crowded letter identification
Journal of Vision
We tested identification of target letters surrounded by a varying number (2, 4, 6) of horizontally aligned flanking elements. Strings were presented left or right of a central fixation dot, and targets were always at the center of the string. Flankers could be other letters, digits, symbols, simple shapes, or false fonts, and thus varied both in terms of visual complexity and familiarity. Two-alternative forced choice (2AFC) speed and accuracy was measured for choosing the target letter versusdoi:10.1167/14.6.7 pmid:25384390 fatcat:maayumquonajzees6fqodol7gy