Interactions between global motion and local binocular rivalry

@article{Alais1998InteractionsBG,
  title={Interactions between global motion and local binocular rivalry},
  author={David Alais and Randolph Blake},
  journal={Vision Research},
  year={1998},
  volume={38},
  pages={637-644}
}
Binocular rivalry is thought to arise from a low-level cortical site. Experiment 1 evaluates this claim with respect to local and global motion processing by using a multiple-aperture motion stimulus and measuring the predominance of global coherence while one of the component gratings is engaged in rivalry. Results show that rivalry suppression of the component grating precludes global coherence. Presumable, suppression prevents the component motion signal from advancing to higher-level global… CONTINUE READING

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