Motion over the retina and the motion aftereffect.


The motion aftereffect (MAE) was measured with retinally moving vertical gratings positioned above and below (flanking) a retinally stationary central grating (experiments 1 and 2). Motion over the retina was produced by leftward motion of the flanking gratings relative to the stationary eyes, and by rightward eye or head movements tracking the moving (but… (More)


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@article{Swanston1992MotionOT, title={Motion over the retina and the motion aftereffect.}, author={Michael T. Swanston and Nicholas J. Wade}, journal={Perception}, year={1992}, volume={21 5}, pages={569-82} }