The stereoscopic (cyclopean) motion aftereffect is dependent upon the temporal frequency of adapting motion

@article{Shorter2001TheS,
  title={The stereoscopic (cyclopean) motion aftereffect is dependent upon the temporal frequency of adapting motion},
  author={Stephanie M Shorter and Robert Patterson},
  journal={Vision Research},
  year={2001},
  volume={41},
  pages={1809-1816}
}
This study investigated whether the stereoscopic (cyclopean) motion aftereffect (induced by adaptation to moving binocular disparity information) is dependent upon the temporal frequency or speed of adapting motion. The stereoscopic stimuli were gratings created from disparity embedded in a dynamic random-dot stereogram. Across different combinations of stereoscopic spatial frequency, temporal frequency and speed of adapting motion, the duration of the aftereffect was dependent upon temporal… CONTINUE READING

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