Aijaz A. Baloch

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The percepts known variously as the line motion illusion, motion induction, and transformational apparent motion have attracted a great deal of experimental interest, since they sensitively probe interactions between preattentive and attentive vision processes. The present article develops a neural model that qualitatively explains essentially all the data(More)
A neural model of motion perception simulates psychophysical data concerning first-order and second-order motion stimuli, including the reversal of perceived motion direction with distance from the stimulus (gamma display), and data about directional judgments as a function of relative spatial phase or spatial and temporal frequency. Many other second-order(More)
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