Gaze modulation of visual aftereffects

  title={Gaze modulation of visual aftereffects},
  author={Shin’ya Nishida and Isamu Motoyoshi and Richard A. Andersen and S. Shimojo},
  journal={Vision Research},
Physiological studies of non-human primates have suggested that the direction of gaze can modulate the gain of neuronal responses to visual stimuli in many cortical areas including V1. The neural gaze modulation is suggested to subserve the conversion from gaze-independent (eye-centered) to dependent (e.g., head-centered) representations. However, it has not been established whether the gaze modulation has significant influences on human visual perception. Here we show that gaze direction… CONTINUE READING

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