D L Mitov

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We studied the stimulus-duration effect on the reaction time (RT) to gratings with different spatial frequencies. At each duration value, the product of the contrast and the duration, i.e. the contrast "energy" was kept constant. We found that at near-threshold "energy" levels the RT was constant for up to 15 ms at lower spatial frequencies and up to 30 ms(More)
The effects of the duration of presentation of stimuli on the reaction time for detection of gratings of different spatial frequencies were studied. The product of contrast and duration (the contrast "energy") was kept constant for each duration. These experiments showed that at near-threshold "energies," reaction times did not change with increases in the(More)
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