Thomas Ditzinger

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When the same syllable is presented repeatedly to a human subject, it undergoes perceptual changes known as verbal transformations. However, the dynamics of such perceptual changes is poorly understood. In the present work we show that the main organization of the perceptual transitions is into pairs. This pairwise coupling is pronounced in the frequency of(More)
We describe a nonlinear dynamical model based on synergetics for the auditory perceptual illusion known as the verbal transformation effect. The model is an extension of a synergetic model of perceptual oscillations of visual ambiguous figures. The main extension is connected to the number of reported alternative phonemic structures, which is typically much(More)
We introduce a dynamical model for automatic vergence eye movement control. In connection with our dynamical system of binocular model neurons that solves the correspondence problem of stereo-vision, we present a complete model for stereo-vision. Our automatic vergence eye movement control adjusts an image segment, which is of momentary interest to the(More)
Fechner-Benham subjective color is widely believed to be governed by local interactions in early (probably retinal) mechanisms. Here we report three lines of phenomenological evidence that suggest otherwise: subjective colors seen in spatially extended stimuli (a) are dependent on global aspects of the stimuli; (b) can become multistable in position; and(More)
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