Alternative perceptual states 'apparent motion' and 'perceived simultaneity' lead to differences of induced EEG rhythms.

@article{Kompass2000AlternativePS,
  title={Alternative perceptual states 'apparent motion' and 'perceived simultaneity' lead to differences of induced EEG rhythms.},
  author={Raul Kompass and Reid Huefner and Erich Schr{\"o}ger and Christian Kaernbach and Hans Georg Geissler},
  journal={International journal of psychophysiology : official journal of the International Organization of Psychophysiology},
  year={2000},
  volume={38 3},
  pages={
          253-63
        }
}
An investigation of the cortical response (EEG) to periodically presented stimuli producing an ambiguity between long-range apparent motion and flicker is reported. ERPs to stimulus onsets differed slightly between the two percepts, in accordance with the results of Manning et al. (1988), Selmes et al. (1997). Induced rhythms exhibited a strong increase in induced beta and gamma powers at electrode positions T7 and T8 during the perception of apparent motion in two out of 10 participants. In… CONTINUE READING
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