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Title
Depth discrimination of a crowded line is better when it is more luminant than the lines crowding it, Vision Research Vol. 35, No. 5 1995 March (36 items)
Date Created and/or Issued
1995 March
Contributing Institution
California Institute of Technology
Collection
Donald A. Glaser Digital Collection
Rights Information
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Description
1995 March. Part of: Donald A Glaser Papers. Series 7: Neuroscience; Subseries 2: Writings and talks; Box 5, Folder 14
Photocopy, draft
Owned by the Caltech Archives.
Format
unspecified
Identifier
dag:21732
local: DAG_7_5_14
http://glaser.library.caltech.edu/islandora/object/dag%3A21732
Language
English

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