Is the size aftereffect direction selective?

@article{Nishida1999IsTS,
  title={Is the size aftereffect direction selective?},
  author={Shin’ya Nishida and Isamu Motoyoshi and Tatsuto Takeuchi},
  journal={Vision Research},
  year={1999},
  volume={39},
  pages={3592-3601}
}
We investigated whether the size aftereffect (apparent spatial-frequency shift after adaptation to slightly different frequencies) is direction selective; i.e., whether it is stronger for test stimuli moving in the adapting direction than the opposite direction. We used drifting sinusoidal gratings of various spatiotemporal frequencies for both adaptation and test stimuli, and the perceived test frequency was estimated by means of a matching technique with a staircase method. For the purpose of… CONTINUE READING

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