Suppressive mechanisms in visual motion processing: From perception to intelligence

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Perception operates on an immense amount of incoming information that greatly exceeds the brain's processing capacity. Because of this fundamental limitation, the ability to suppress irrelevant information is a key determinant of perceptual efficiency. Here, I will review a series of studies investigating suppressive mechanisms in visual motion processing… (More)
DOI: 10.1016/j.visres.2015.08.005

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@article{Tadin2015SuppressiveMI, title={Suppressive mechanisms in visual motion processing: From perception to intelligence}, author={Duje Tadin}, journal={Vision Research}, year={2015}, volume={115}, pages={58-70} }