Suppressed Patterns Alter Vision during Binocular Rivalry

@article{Pearson2005SuppressedPA,
  title={Suppressed Patterns Alter Vision during Binocular Rivalry},
  author={Joel Pearson and Colin W. G. Clifford},
  journal={Current Biology},
  year={2005},
  volume={15},
  pages={2142-2148}
}
Binocular rivalry occurs when incongruent patterns are presented to corresponding regions of the retinas, leading to fluctuations of awareness between the patterns . One attribute of a stimulus may rival whereas another may combine between the eyes , but it is typically assumed that the dominant features are perceived veridically. Here, we show this is not necessarily the case and that a suppressed visual feature can alter dominant perception. The cortical representations of oriented gratings… CONTINUE READING
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