Infant Motion: Detection (M:D) Ratios for Chromatically Defined and Luminance-defined Moving Stimuli

@article{Dobkins1996InfantMD,
  title={Infant Motion: Detection (M:D) Ratios for Chromatically Defined and Luminance-defined Moving Stimuli},
  author={Karen R. Dobkins and Davida Y. Teller},
  journal={Vision Research},
  year={1996},
  volume={36},
  pages={3293-3310}
}
In order to assess the relative contributions of chromatic vs luminance information to motion processing in infants, we employed a motion:detection (M:D) paradigm. Stimuli consisted of 27 deg by 40 deg, 0.25 c/deg sinusoidal gratings moving at 22 deg/sec (5.6 Hz), and were either chromatically defined or luminance-defined. Contrast thresholds for direction-of-motion (M) were obtained using a directional eye movement technique. Contrast thresholds for detection (D) were obtained using forced… CONTINUE READING
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