Adaptation aftereffects in the perception of gender from biological motion.

@article{Troje2006AdaptationAI,
  title={Adaptation aftereffects in the perception of gender from biological motion.},
  author={Nikolaus F. Troje and Javid Sadr and Henning Geyer and Ken Nakayama},
  journal={Journal of vision},
  year={2006},
  volume={6 8},
  pages={850-7}
}
Human visual perception is highly adaptive. While this has been known and studied for a long time in domains such as color vision, motion perception, or the processing of spatial frequency, a number of more recent studies have shown that adaptation and adaptation aftereffects also occur in high-level visual domains like shape perception and face recognition. Here, we present data that demonstrate a pronounced aftereffect in response to adaptation to the perceived gender of biological motion… CONTINUE READING

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