Perceptual asynchronies for biological and non-biological visual events

@article{Aymoz2004PerceptualAF,
  title={Perceptual asynchronies for biological and non-biological visual events},
  author={Christelle Aymoz and Paolo Viviani},
  journal={Vision Research},
  year={2004},
  volume={44},
  pages={1547-1563}
}
Four experiments investigated the hypothesis that different attributes of a visual scene are processed by independent channels working asynchronously. Experiment 1 considered the attributes of colour, form, and movement of simple geometrical configurations. In each of three conditions, two of these attributes switched simultaneously between two fixed values (Green/Red, Circle/Square, Fixed/Moving). Participants indicated which of the two attributes changes was perceptually closer in time to a… CONTINUE READING