Fusion prevents the redundant signals effect: evidence from stereoscopically presented stimuli.

@article{Schrter2011FusionPT,
  title={Fusion prevents the redundant signals effect: evidence from stereoscopically presented stimuli.},
  author={Hannes Schr{\"o}ter and Anja Fiedler and Jeff Miller and Rolf Ulrich},
  journal={Journal of experimental psychology. Human perception and performance},
  year={2011},
  volume={37 5},
  pages={1361-8}
}
In a simple reaction time (RT) experiment, visual stimuli were stereoscopically presented either to one eye (single stimulation) or to both eyes (redundant stimulation), with brightness matched for single and redundant stimulations. Redundant stimulation resulted in two separate percepts when noncorresponding retinal areas were stimulated, whereas it resulted in a single fused percept when corresponding areas were stimulated. With stimulation of noncorresponding areas, mean RT was shorter to… CONTINUE READING

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