Temporal Integration in Visual Word Recognition

@article{Forget2010TemporalII,
  title={Temporal Integration in Visual Word Recognition},
  author={Joachim Forget and Marco Buiatti and Stanislas Dehaene},
  journal={Journal of Cognitive Neuroscience},
  year={2010},
  volume={22},
  pages={1054-1068}
}
When two displays are presented in close temporal succession at the same location, how does the brain assign them to one versus two conscious percepts? We investigate this issue using a novel reading paradigm in which the odd and even letters of a string are presented alternatively at a variable rate. The results reveal a window of temporal integration during reading, with a nonlinear boundary around ∼80 msec of presentation duration. Below this limit, the oscillating stimulus is easily fused… CONTINUE READING

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