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About individual differences in vision
ABSTRACT In cognition, audition, and somatosensation, performance strongly correlates between different paradigms, which suggests the existence of common factors. In contrast, visual performance inExpand
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Deleterious effects of roving on learned tasks
In typical perceptual learning experiments, one stimulus type (e.g., a bisection stimulus offset either to the left or right) is presented per trial. In roving, two different stimulus types (e.g., aExpand
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Is the perception of illusions abnormal in schizophrenia?
There seems to be no common factor for visual perception, i.e., performance in visual tasks correlates only weakly with each other. Similar results were found with visual illusions. One may expectExpand
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Sex-related differences in vision are heterogeneous
Despite well-established sex differences for cognition, audition, and somatosensation, few studies have investigated whether there are also sex differences in visual perception. We report the resultsExpand
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Linking perceptual learning with identical stimuli to imagery perceptual learning.
Perceptual learning is usually thought to be exclusively driven by the stimuli presented during training (and the underlying synaptic learning rules). In some way, we are slaves of our visualExpand
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Visual-induced expectations modulate auditory cortical responses
Active sensing has important consequences on multisensory processing (Schroeder et al., 2010). Here, we asked whether in the absence of saccades, the position of the eyes and the timing of transientExpand
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Does sensitivity in binary choice tasks depend on response modality?
In most models of vision, a stimulus is processed in a series of dedicated visual areas, leading to categorization of this stimulus, and possible decision, which subsequently may be mapped onto aExpand
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What is new in perceptual learning?
What is new in perceptual learning? In the early days of research, specificity was the hallmark of perceptual learning; that is, improvements following training were limited to the trained stimulusExpand
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Perceptual learning is specific beyond vision and decision making.
Perceptual learning is usually assumed to occur within sensory areas or when sensory evidence is mapped onto decisions. Subsequent procedural and motor processes, involved in most perceptual learningExpand
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Individual differences in the Müller-Lyer and Ponzo illusions are stable across different contexts
Vision scientists have attempted to classify visual illusions according to certain aspects, such as brightness or spatial features. For example, Piaget proposed that visual illusion magnitudes eitherExpand
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