Kun-Chih Jimmy Chen

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Visual motion is sensed by low-level (energy-based) and high-level (feature-based) mechanisms. Ocular following responses (OFR) were elicited in humans by applying horizontal motion to vertical square-wave gratings lacking the fundamental ("missing fundamental stimulus"). Motion consisted of successive 1/4-wavelength steps, so the features and 4n+1(More)
Transient apparent-motion stimuli, consisting of single 1/4-wavelength steps applied to square-wave gratings lacking the fundamental ("missing fundamental stimulus") and to sinusoidal gratings, were used to elicit ocular following responses (OFRs) in humans. As previously reported [Sheliga, B. M., Chen, K. J., FitzGibbon, E. J., & Miles, F. A. (2005).(More)
Visual motion is sensed by low-level (energy-based) and high-level (feature-based) mechanisms. Our interest is in the motion detectors underlying the initial ocular following responses (OFR) that are elicited at ultrashort latencies by sudden motions of large images. OFR were elicited in humans by applying horizontal motion to vertical square-wave gratings(More)
Our study was concerned with the disparity detectors underlying the initial disparity vergence responses (DVRs) that are elicited at ultrashort latencies by binocular disparities applied to large images. DVRs were elicited in humans by applying horizontal disparity to vertical square-wave gratings lacking the fundamental (termed here, the "missing(More)
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