|Behaviour Brain Research
Partial report task
How much can be seen in a single brief exposure?
George Sperling published this very important scientific paper in 1960:
Sperling, G. (1960). The information available in brief visual presentations. Psychological Monographs: General and Applied, 74(11, Whole No. 498). 1-29.
This document is a condensation of his doctoral thesis and with a time lag of over 60 years, we can even call his work historical, as he discovered a completely new research area in which thousands of other researches were later generated. Over time, a large number of different variables have been discovered that affect this natural phenomenon.
If you know nothing about this area, these 2 links are good to start with:
A relatively large number of variable options (about 20) allows you to customize the application to your needs.
Language interface: Simple English
Software requirements: any web browser with support for Window.requestAnimationFrame() callback method. See browser list: here.
The application has been tested on the following web browsers: Firefox, Chrome, Edge, Internet Explorer 11, Opera. We mainly develop all our web applications in the Firefox browser. Therefore, generally speaking, the new version of Firefox is always the most secure solution for reliable use of our web applications.
Licence: GNU Lesser General Public License