QUANTAL TIMING: AN INVESTIGATION OF GAMMA APPARENT MOTION

@inproceedings{Kompass2001QUANTALTA,
  title={QUANTAL TIMING: AN INVESTIGATION OF GAMMA APPARENT MOTION},
  author={Raul Kompass},
  year={2001}
}
A study of Apparent Motion (AM) of Gamma type is presented which extends previous findings (Geissler, Schebera & Kompass 1999) showing that a temporal parameter (ISI), critical for the perceptual transition AM -> flicker, exhibits discrete timing. The major empirical results, a set of four significant ISI modal values, having integer size ratios 3 : 4 : 6 : 8, and a regularity in the spacing of a larger collection of ISI modal values, support the Taxonomic Model of Quantal Timing by Geissler… CONTINUE READING

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