Filling-in does require a mechanism, and some persistent doubts

Behavioral and Brain Sciences 21 (6):779-780 (1998)
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(1) In the everyday situation of seeing a uniform patch on a variegated background, filling-in does seem to require a mechanism. (2) Our attempts to make matches to such a patch make us appreciate anew the elusiveness of the phenomenon.
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