Perceptual Stability and the Selective Adaptation of Perceived and Unperceived Motion Directions

@article{Hock1996PerceptualSA,
  title={Perceptual Stability and the Selective Adaptation of Perceived and Unperceived Motion Directions},
  author={Howard S. Hock and Gregor Sch{\"o}ner and Shaul Hochstein},
  journal={Vision Research},
  year={1996},
  volume={36},
  pages={3311-3323}
}
Adaptation was studied in a paradigm in which the adapting stimulus was a variably biased version of a bistable apparent motion stimulus, a motion quartet, and the post-adaptation test stimulus was a "neutral" motion quartet. Either horizontal or vertical motion was perceived, never both at the same time. When only one of these was perceived during the entire adaptation phase of a trial, and the perceived motion was highly stable, adaptation effects were greater for the perceived than the… CONTINUE READING

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