Contextual modulations of center-surround interactions in motion revealed with the motion aftereffect.

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Segregation of objects from their backgrounds is one of vision's most important tasks and one that is accomplished with ease. It is often hypothesized that suppressive center-surround receptive field interactions represent a key neural substrate underlying efficient figure-ground segregation, yet this intuitively appealing hypothesis has received very… (More)
DOI: 10.1167/8.7.9

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@article{Tadin2008ContextualMO, title={Contextual modulations of center-surround interactions in motion revealed with the motion aftereffect.}, author={Duje Tadin and Chris L. E. Paffen and Randolph Blake and Joseph S. Lappin}, journal={Journal of vision}, year={2008}, volume={8 7}, pages={9.1-11} }