Perceived onset time and position of a moving stimulus

@article{Kreegipuu2003PerceivedOT,
  title={Perceived onset time and position of a moving stimulus},
  author={Kairi Kreegipuu and J{\"u}ri Allik},
  journal={Vision Research},
  year={2003},
  volume={43},
  pages={1625-1635}
}
During the few past years, there has been a growing interest in the timing and locating of moving stimuli. The most popular spatio-temporal phenomena that have been studied are the flash-lag effect (FLE) [Nature 370 (1994) 256] and the Fröhlich effect (FE) [Z. Sinnesphysiol. 54 (1923) 58]. Most often these phenomena are examined by some spatial task (e.g., judging whether moving and flashed stimuli are spatially aligned or not; explicitly pointing or adjusting the moving stimulus position… CONTINUE READING

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