Spatial vision of the achromat: spatial frequency and orientation-specific adaptation.

@article{Greenlee1988SpatialVO,
  title={Spatial vision of the achromat: spatial frequency and orientation-specific adaptation.},
  author={Mark W. Greenlee and Svein Magnussen and Knut Nordby},
  journal={The Journal of physiology},
  year={1988},
  volume={395},
  pages={
          661-78
        }
}
1. The psychophysical technique of selective adaptation to stationary sine-wave gratings of varying spatial frequency and orientation was used to investigate the central processing of spatial information in the visual system of the complete achromat. 2. For adapting spatial frequencies of 1 and 2 cycles/deg, the spatial frequency and orientation selectivity of contrast threshold elevation is similar for achromatic and trichromatic vision. 3. For adapting frequencies below 1 cycle/deg, the… CONTINUE READING

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