Unconscious processing under interocular suppression: getting the right measure

@inproceedings{Stein2014UnconsciousPU,
  title={Unconscious processing under interocular suppression: getting the right measure},
  author={Timo Stein and Philipp Sterzer},
  booktitle={Front. Psychol.},
  year={2014}
}
In order to demonstrate unconscious visual processing, researchers need to select a technique for rendering stimuli invisible and a measure reflecting the processing of these stimuli. The most popular techniques are backward masking, in which the visibility of a very brief stimulus is degraded by the presentation of a succeeding visual pattern (Breitmeyer and Öğmen, 2006), and interocular suppression, where a stimulus shown to one eye degrades the visibility of a stimulus presented to the other… CONTINUE READING
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