Disruption of implicit perceptual memory by intervening neutral stimuli

  title={Disruption of implicit perceptual memory by intervening neutral stimuli},
  author={Ryota Kanai and Tomas H. J. Knapen and Raymond van Ee and Frans A. J. Verstraten},
  journal={Vision Research},
After viewing directional motion, one is likely to perceive a subsequently presented directionally ambiguous motion as being in the same direction as the prior motion. The perceptual bias towards the most recent percept gradually develops as the interval between the prior stimulus and a subsequent test becomes longer. This form of positive bias, or priming, is created in an automatic fashion. It remain unclear how such perceptual bias could be eliminated by a stimulus manipulation. Here we… CONTINUE READING