Tri-stable stimuli reveal interactions among subsequent percepts: Rivalry is biased by perceptual history

@article{Naber2010TristableSR,
  title={Tri-stable stimuli reveal interactions among subsequent percepts: Rivalry is biased by perceptual history},
  author={Marnix Naber and Gina Gruenhage and Wolfgang Einh{\"a}user},
  journal={Vision Research},
  year={2010},
  volume={50},
  pages={818-828}
}
In rivalry, constant stimuli allow several interpretations ("percepts"). Percepts are characterized by their probability to occur and by the duration of their dominance. During continuous presentation of bi-stable stimuli, both percept probabilities are trivially 50%. To disentangle the processes triggering a percept from those stabilizing it, we introduce tri-stable stimuli having three percepts. We find the probability and dominance duration of a percept independently adjustable. Percept… CONTINUE READING

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