Observers with dyslexia show a significant increase in backward pattern masking, but the slopes of their psychometric functions do not differ from controls, suggesting a perceptual rather than a cognitive basis for this deficit.
|Title of host publication||Pattern masking deficits associated with dyslexia: An analysis of psychometric functions|
|State||Published - 2001|
|Event||Vision Science and its Applications - Monterey, CA|
Duration: Feb 1 2001 → …
|Conference||Vision Science and its Applications|
|Period||2/1/01 → …|