A common mechanism for perceptual filling-in and motion-induced blindness

@article{Hsu2006ACM,
  title={A common mechanism for perceptual filling-in and motion-induced blindness},
  author={Li-Chuan Hsu and Su-Ling Yeh and Peter Kramer},
  journal={Vision Research},
  year={2006},
  volume={46},
  pages={1973-1981}
}
Perceptual-filling-in (PFI) and motion-induced-blindness (MIB) are two phenomena of temporary blindness in which, after prolonged viewing, perceptually salient targets repeatedly disappear and reappear, amidst a field of distracters (i.e., non-targets). Past studies have shown that boundary adaptation is important in PFI, and that depth ordering between target and distracter pattern is important in MIB. Here we show that the reverse is also true; that boundary adaptation is important in MIB… CONTINUE READING

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