Spatial Clustering and Its Effect on Perceived Clustering, Numerosity and Dispersion (Attention Perception & Psychophysics 2016)

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Description: Bertamini, M. Zito, M. Scott-Samuel, N.E. & Hulleman, J. (2016). Spatial Clustering and Its Effect on Perceived Clustering, Numerosity and Dispersion Attention, Perception & Psychophysics. doi: 10.3758/s13414-016-1100-0

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Human observers are able to estimate the numerosity of large sets of visual elements. The occupancy model of perceived numerosity in intermediate numerical ranges is based on overlapping regions of influence. The key idea is that items within a certain range count for less than their actual numerical value and more so the closer they are to their neighbours. Therefore occupancy is sensitive to the...

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