Spatial interactions in binocular rivalry.

@article{Fukuda1992SpatialII,
  title={Spatial interactions in binocular rivalry.},
  author={Hideshi Fukuda and Randolph Blake},
  journal={Journal of experimental psychology. Human perception and performance},
  year={1992},
  volume={18 2},
  pages={362-70}
}
Observers tracked binocular rivalry between a pair of small, foveally viewed gratings whose orientation differed between the 2 eyes. In Experiment 1, a textured annulus surrounding 1 eye's grating increased the total duration of exclusive visibility of the grating only when the grating-annulus separation was less than 0.5 degree. In Experiment 2, observers tracked the visibility of a monocular annulus that surrounded a foveally viewed grating that was either engaged in rivalry or fused with a… CONTINUE READING

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