Nearly instantaneous brightness induction.

@article{Blakeslee2008NearlyIB,
  title={Nearly instantaneous brightness induction.},
  author={Barbara Blakeslee and Mark E. McCourt},
  journal={Journal of vision},
  year={2008},
  volume={8 2},
  pages={
          15.1-8
        }
}
Brightness induction is the modulation of the perceived intensity of a region by the luminance of surrounding regions and reveals fundamental properties of neural organization in the visual system. Grating induction affords a unique opportunity to precisely measure the temporal properties of induction using a quadrature motion technique. Contrary to previous reports that induction is a sluggish process with temporal frequency cutoffs of 2-5 Hz (R. L. DeValois, M. A. Webster, K. K. DeValois, & B… CONTINUE READING

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