Motion thresholds of briefly visible stimuli increase asymmetrically with age

@article{Wertheim1992MotionTO,
  title={Motion thresholds of briefly visible stimuli increase asymmetrically with age},
  author={Alexander H. Wertheim and Harold Bekkering},
  journal={Vision Research},
  year={1992},
  volume={32},
  pages={2379-2384}
}
During a pursuit eye movement made across a stationary stimulus, that stimulus is often perceived as moving slightly in the direction opposite to the eyes (Filehne illusion). The illusion is generally thought to increase in strength when the stimulus is made visible only briefly. In two experiments the illusion was indeed observed with young subjects. However, with older subjects brief stimulus presentations yielded a strong inverted Filehne illusion (the stimulus appeared to move in the same… CONTINUE READING

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