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An overview of quantitative approaches in Gestalt perception
Putting low-level vision into global context: Why vision cannot be reduced to basic circuits
Can two dots form a Gestalt? Measuring emergent features with the capacity coefficient ☆
Perceptual organization, visual attention, and objecthood
Perceptual grouping determines haptic contextual modulation
Perceptual-binding in a rotating Necker cube: The effect of context motion and position
Perceptual belongingness determines the direction of lightness induction depending on grouping stability and intentionality
Nonlinear dynamics in the perceptual grouping of connected surfaces
Created unequal: Temporal dynamics of modal and amodal boundary interpolation
Disentangling effects of structure and knowledge in perceiving partly occluded shapes: An ERP study
Increased alpha band activity indexes inhibitory competition across a border during figure assignment
Modeling spatiotemporal boundary formation
Spatially-global integration of closed, fragmented contours by finding the shortest-path in a log-polar representation
A unified account of tilt illusions, association fields, and contour detection based on elastica
Response priming evidence for feedforward processing of snake contours but not of ladder contours and textures
Good continuation in dot patterns: A quantitative approach based on local symmetry and non-accidentalness
Measuring the visual salience of alignments by their non-accidentalness
Quantifying density cues in grouping displays
The role of shape complexity in the detection of closed contours
Discovering hierarchical motion structure
A computational model for reference-frame synthesis with applications to motion perception
Dipole analysis of the influence of linear arrays of points on visually perceived eye level (VPEL)
Gestalt-like constraints produce veridical (Euclidean) percepts of 3D indoor scenes
A cognitive architecture account of the visual local advantage phenomenon in autism spectrum disorders
Grouping by proximity and the visual impression of approximate number in random dot arrays
Figure–ground segregation: A fully nonlocal approach
Perception of shape and space across rigid transformations
Bent out of shape: The visual inference of non-rigid shape transformations applied to objects
Investigating shape representation using sensitivity to part- and axis-based transformations