Form and motion have independent access to consciousness

Abstract

In our conscious perception of the world, form and movement are usually inextricably linked: component contours that bound and fill a moving object seem to share a single trajectory of motion. However, the apparent unity of consciousness for shape and movement is illusory. In some instances, literally invisible contours contribute to the perceived direction… (More)
DOI: 10.1038/8068

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