Spatial contrast sensitivity: effects of peripheral field stimulation during monocular and dichoptic viewing.

Abstract

This report examines whether a radial grating with a blank 2 deg central aperture viewed with one eye can affect contrast sensitivity for foveally-viewed, counterphasing or stationary, sine-wave gratings seen with the other eye. We find that the moving radial grating preferentially raises the threshold for the low spatial frequencies of the counterphasing… (More)

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@article{Marrocco1985SpatialCS, title={Spatial contrast sensitivity: effects of peripheral field stimulation during monocular and dichoptic viewing.}, author={Raffaella Marrocco and M. A. Carpenter and S. E. Wright}, journal={Vision research}, year={1985}, volume={25 7}, pages={917-24} }