Simultaneous motion contrast across space: Involvement of second-order motion?

@article{Nishida1997SimultaneousMC,
  title={Simultaneous motion contrast across space: Involvement of second-order motion?},
  author={Shin'ya Nishida and Mark Edwards and Takao Sato},
  journal={Vision Research},
  year={1997},
  volume={37},
  pages={199-214}
}
A static or counterphase (target) grating surrounded by drifting (inducer) gratings is perceived to move in the direction opposite that of the inducers. We compared the relative magnitudes of these simultaneous motion contrasts generated by both first-order and second-order stimuli. The first-order stimuli were sinusoidal luminance-modulations of a uniform field, and the second-order stimuli were sinusoidal contrast-modulations of a random-dot field. When the target was a static grating, the… CONTINUE READING

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