Adaptation alters perceived direction of motion

@article{Levinson1976AdaptationAP,
  title={Adaptation alters perceived direction of motion},
  author={E. Levinson and Robert Sekuler},
  journal={Vision Research},
  year={1976},
  volume={16},
  pages={779-in7}
}
Detection of a moving target depends not only upon the physical character of the target but also upon the observer's recent perceptual history. Experimental ~nipulation of this perceptual history has allowed us to identify the mechanisms governing a moving target's visibility. A more important perceptual issue. however, has thus far been ignored: How does the target look when it is visible? In this paper we take a first step toward defining the neural code for one aspect of a moving object's… CONTINUE READING

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