Differential attentional coding for three-dimensional objects and two dimensional shapes

Umberto Castiello

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Original languageEnglish
Pages5 - 5
Number of pages1
Publication statusPublished - 1997
Event24th Annual Experimental Psychology Conference - Deakin University Geelong Campus, Geelong Vic, Australia
Duration: 2 Apr 19974 Apr 1997

Conference

Conference24th Annual Experimental Psychology Conference
CountryAustralia
CityGeelong Vic
Period2/04/974/04/97

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Castiello, U. (1997). Differential attentional coding for three-dimensional objects and two dimensional shapes. 5 - 5. Abstract from 24th Annual Experimental Psychology Conference, Geelong Vic, Australia.
Castiello, Umberto. / Differential attentional coding for three-dimensional objects and two dimensional shapes. Abstract from 24th Annual Experimental Psychology Conference, Geelong Vic, Australia.1 p.
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Castiello U. Differential attentional coding for three-dimensional objects and two dimensional shapes. 1997. Abstract from 24th Annual Experimental Psychology Conference, Geelong Vic, Australia.