Frith U, 1975, "Lines that affect speed of visual scanning" Perception 4(4) 407 – 409
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Lines that affect speed of visual scanning
Received 17 September 1975
Abstract. Scanning from left to right through arrays of shapes is slower with vertical than with horizontal lines. The reverse is true for scanning from top to bottom. Thus, lines lying across the direction of scan appear to act as barriers.
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