Directional specificity in tilt aftereffect induced with moving contours: a reexamination.

@article{Carney1982DirectionalSI,
  title={Directional specificity in tilt aftereffect induced with moving contours: a reexamination.},
  author={Thom Carney},
  journal={Vision research},
  year={1982},
  volume={22 10},
  pages={1273-5}
}
In the tilt aftereffect a grating or bar is perceived as being slightly rotated from its veridical orientation if it is preceded by a similar adaptation stimulus with a slightly different orientation. It has been reported that the tilt aftereffect is not direction specific. That is, the magnitude of the misperception was not affected by whether the adaptation and test stimuli were moving in the same or the opposite directions. However, when we required subjects to fixate on a stationary spot… CONTINUE READING

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