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Perceptual learning was studied using luminous figures in a dark room. It was found that as a result of previous close temporal and spatial concurrence, discriminably different stimuli under reduced stimulation conditions disappear together more frequently than without such an association. This occurred despite a demonstrated link between identical stimuli prior to the learning experience. Moreover it was shown that the extent to which the stimuli subsequently "operated" together was a functiondoi:10.14288/1.0104568 fatcat:pxbmrje625cfhemkotxxqducxe