Dr. Steve Haase, two former SU students, and a colleague published the paper, “Comparing the influences of masking, crowding, response conflict, and cortical scaling on simple shape identification with foveal targets”. in Cognition, Brain, Behavior: An Interdisciplinary Journal, 26(3), 137-158. The study combined a number of different visual interference paradigms and also tested a hypothesis based on functional separation of visual processing pathways in the brain.