Perception of duration in the parvocellular system

@inproceedings{Cicchini2012PerceptionOD,
  title={Perception of duration in the parvocellular system},
  author={Guido Marco Cicchini},
  booktitle={Front. Integr. Neurosci.},
  year={2012}
}
Both theoretical and experimental evidence suggests that duration perception is mediated preferentially by the color-blind but high temporally sensitive luminance pathway. In this experiment we tested whether color modulated stimuli and high spatial frequency luminance modulated stimuli, which are known to be relayed mostly by the slow parvocellular system, are able to elicit reliable sense of duration. We show that ramped color modulated stimuli seem to last less than luminance modulated… CONTINUE READING

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