Maximal motion aftereffects in spite of diverted awareness


This study attempts to isolate the underlying processing resources of visual attention from the 'cognitive supervision'-working memory, decision processes, but especially awareness-that typically accompanies their allocation. To decouple them, we used the motion aftereffect (MAE) as a passive assay of resource allocation. In our main condition, observers… (More)
DOI: 10.1016/j.visres.2008.09.012


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@article{Blaser2009MaximalMA, title={Maximal motion aftereffects in spite of diverted awareness}, author={Erik A Blaser and Tim Shepard}, journal={Vision Research}, year={2009}, volume={49}, pages={1174-1181} }