Assessments of temporal discrimination in vision

@article{Robinson1968AssessmentsOT,
  title={Assessments of temporal discrimination in vision},
  author={Daniel N. Robinson},
  journal={Psychonomic Science},
  year={1968},
  volume={13},
  pages={247}
}
  • D. Robinson
  • Published 1 April 1968
  • Psychology
  • Psychonomic Science
Conflicting results have been obtained in assessments of the discrimination of visual order under dichoptic viewing conditions. Part of the difficulty has centered on experimental controls; a more important part on the interpretation of results. In vision, much of the filtering of stimulus information is achieved at a peripheral (neuro-retinal) level of processing. Eliminating the peripheral sources of filtering (inhibition) or reducing their effects with dichoptic presentation methods results… 
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