MEG alpha activity decrease reflects destabilization of multistable percepts.

@article{Strber2002MEGAA,
  title={MEG alpha activity decrease reflects destabilization of multistable percepts.},
  author={Daniel Str{\"u}ber and Christoph Siegfried Herrmann},
  journal={Brain research. Cognitive brain research},
  year={2002},
  volume={14 3},
  pages={370-82}
}
Multistable stimuli offer the possibility to investigate visual awareness, since they evoke spontaneous alternations between different perceptual interpretations of the same stimulus and, therefore, allow to dissociate perceptual from stimulus-driven mechanisms. In the present study, we used an ambiguous motion paradigm and compared endogenous reversals of perceived motion direction which occur spontaneously during constant ambiguous stimulation with exogenous reversals that were induced… CONTINUE READING
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