Asymmetry in visual motion processing.

@article{Schwarz1999AsymmetryIV,
  title={Asymmetry in visual motion processing.},
  author={Urs Schwarz and Uwe J. Ilg},
  journal={Neuroreport},
  year={1999},
  volume={10 12},
  pages={2477-80}
}
The smooth pursuit system is traditionally employed using a single small target moving on a homogeneous background. It still is not fully understood, however, how accurate tracking is sustained in the presence of a structured background, which will activate global motion processing in the opposite direction as a consequence of the ongoing eye movement. To further study this interaction, we used brief shifts of a textured background injected at various times during the initiation of smooth… CONTINUE READING

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