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Perception of geometric illusions is a visuo-spatial process. As such processes often have been found to be predominantly the domain of the right hemisphere, this hemisphere may be expected to perceive such illusions more readilly than the left hemisphere. Using the herringbone illusion in a reaction-test paradigm, we found that in right-handed males the(More)
A novel psychophysical observation allows the determination of the relative latencies with which long, middle, and short cone signals provide input to motion perception. It is known that when two spatially displaced isoluminant stimuli in spectrally different colours are simultaneously presented, any temporal lag between the perception of the two will, due(More)
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