Localization of unseen visual stimuli by humans with normal vision.

Abstract

Thirty university students were shown tachistoscopically presented stimuli (half contained an open circle at one of six locations, half were blanks) at four durations. Short durations and a pattern mask reduced subjects' ability to detect the stimuli. For trials on which the subjects reported that the circle was absent, they nevertheless guessed the exact… (More)

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