The maintenance of apparent luminance of an object.

@article{Shimozaki1999TheMO,
  title={The maintenance of apparent luminance of an object.},
  author={Steve S Shimozaki and Miguel P. Eckstein and J. P. Thomas},
  journal={Journal of experimental psychology. Human perception and performance},
  year={1999},
  volume={25 5},
  pages={1433-53}
}
Results from luminance discriminations with objects defined by apparent motion suggest an object-specific temporal integration of luminance. Further experiments suggested that this integration is weighted to favor the initial display of an object and involves the percept of surface reflectance (lightness). These results are consistent with the object-file metaphor suggested by D. Kahneman, A. Treisman, and B. Gibbs (1992), in which an object's perceived initial surface reflectance is assigned… CONTINUE READING

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