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However, other studies have revealed that interactions between grouping principles can be affected by other factors, such as structural salience (Strother & Kubovy, 2012).
Moreover, the interactions between intrinsic and extrinsic grouping principles have been studied recently.
Specifically, the main objective is to examine the effects of the relative strength of grouping principles acting alone or in cooperation and competition between intrinsic and extrinsic principles.
In these displays it was not possible to group the central target with the elements on the right or on the left by means of a grouping principle, and (b) four stimuli involving grouping principles and their mirror images.
Similar strength group) and one within-subject factor including four conditions: proximity and common region principles operating alone, and combinations of these grouping principles in cooperation or competition.