Multistage model for binocular rivalry.

  title={Multistage model for binocular rivalry.},
  author={Alan W Freeman},
  journal={Journal of neurophysiology},
  volume={94 6},
Binocular rivalry is the alternating perception that occurs when incompatible stimuli are presented to the two eyes: one monocular stimulus dominates vision and then the other stimulus dominates, with a perceptual switch occurring every few seconds. There is a need for a binocular rivalry model that accounts for both well-established results on the timing of dominance intervals and for more recent evidence on the distributed neural processing of rivalry. The model for binocular rivalry… CONTINUE READING
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