Perception of apparent motion by commissurotomy patients

@article{Ramachandran1986PerceptionOA,
  title={Perception of apparent motion by commissurotomy patients},
  author={Vilayanur S. Ramachandran and Alice Cronin-Golomb and James J. Myers},
  journal={Nature},
  year={1986},
  volume={320},
  pages={358-359}
}
When two spatially separated light spots are flashed in rapid succession, the spot will appear to move between the two locations—an illusion called apparent motion1,2. We have presented this display to callosum-sectioned human patients and found that they could correctly report the temporal order of a simple apparent motion sequence presented across the vertical meridian. Hence, the forebrain commissures are not required for this function. 
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