The influence of adaptation and stochastic fluctuations on spontaneous perceptual changes for bistable stimuli.

@article{Hock1997TheIO,
  title={The influence of adaptation and stochastic fluctuations on spontaneous perceptual changes for bistable stimuli.},
  author={Howard S. Hock and Gregor Sch{\"o}ner and Andrea Voss},
  journal={Perception & psychophysics},
  year={1997},
  volume={59 4},
  pages={509-22}
}
Spontaneous perceptual change was studied by measuring the probabilities of the first two spontaneous pattern switches as a function of time following the onset of a bistable apparent quartet for which either horizontal or vertical motion is perceived. Contrary to the classical satiation hypothesis (Köhler & Wallach, 1944), differential time-dependent adaptation of the perceived compared with the unperceived motion directions was not necessary to account for the first spontaneous switch. In… CONTINUE READING

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