Apparent contrast differs across the vertical meridian: visual and attentional factors.


It is known that visual performance is better on the horizontal than the vertical meridian, and in the lower than the upper region of the vertical meridian (Vertical Meridian Asymmetry, "VMA"), and that exogenous spatial attention increases the apparent contrast of a stimulus. Here we investigate whether the VMA also leads to differences in the subjective… (More)
DOI: 10.1167/8.1.16


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