Abstract

The ability of observers to discriminate between stimuli differing in orientation was measured using low contrast, foveally viewed stimuli. Detection and discrimination performance were measured simultaneously. A model is presented which permits bandwidths of orientation-tuned mechanisms to be estimated from the data. In a group of five observers, half-amplitude bandwidths varied from 10° to 20°.

© 1979 Optical Society of America

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