Motion Aftereffects Transfer between Touch and Vision

  title={Motion Aftereffects Transfer between Touch and Vision},
  author={Talia Konkle and Qi Yun Wang and Vincent Hayward and Christopher I. Moore},
  journal={Current Biology},
Current views on multisensory motion integration assume separate substrates where visual motion perceptually dominates tactile motion [1, 2]. However, recent neuroimaging findings demonstrate strong activation of visual motion processing areas by tactile stimuli [3-6], implying a potentially bidirectional relationship. To test the relationship between visual and tactile motion processing, we examined the transfer of motion aftereffects. In the well-known visual motion aftereffect, adapting to… CONTINUE READING

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