Segregation of computations underlying perception of motion discontinuity and coherence.

@article{Vaina1994SegregationOC,
  title={Segregation of computations underlying perception of motion discontinuity and coherence.},
  author={Lucia M. Vaina and Norberto M. Grzywacz and Ron Kikinis},
  journal={Neuroreport},
  year={1994},
  volume={5 17},
  pages={2289-94}
}
Motion is one of the most important cues for detecting discontinuities in images. The major dichotomy among theories of motion-defined discontinuity concerns whether the computations related to the extraction of discontinuity and large scale integration of motion signals are organized hierarchically or occur simultaneously in the brain. In this study we investigated the hierarchical nature of these computations using data from two patients with unilateral brain lesions on two psychophysical… CONTINUE READING

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