Perceptual learning in primary and secondary motion vision

@article{Zanker1999PerceptualLI,
  title={Perceptual learning in primary and secondary motion vision},
  author={Johannes M. Zanker},
  journal={Vision Research},
  year={1999},
  volume={39},
  pages={1293-1304}
}
Specific improvements of perceptual capabilities with practise are thought to give some clues about cortical plasticity and the localisation of cortical processing. In the present study, perceptual learning is used as a paradigm to separate mechanisms underlying the perception of different classes of motion stimuli. Primary motion stimuli (phi-motion), are characterised by displacements of the luminance distribution. However, for secondary motion stimuli the movement is not accompanied by a… CONTINUE READING
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