Interocular transfer of the motion after-effect is not reduced by binocular rivalry

@article{OShea1981InterocularTO,
  title={Interocular transfer of the motion after-effect is not reduced by binocular rivalry},
  author={Robert P. O'Shea and Boris Crassini},
  journal={Vision Research},
  year={1981},
  volume={21},
  pages={801-804}
}
Motion after-effects (MAEs) were measured intraocularly (adaptation, test stimuli to same eye) and interocularly (adaptation, test stimuli to opposite eyes) when (a) a rival stimulus caused perceptual suppression of the adaptation stimulus; (b) no rival stimulus was presented for the entire adaptation duration; and (c) non-rival adaptation was limited to the duration and adaptation stimulus was dominant in (a). Intraocular MAEs were greater than interocular MAEs; furthermore, both intraocular… CONTINUE READING
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