Visible persistence as a function of viewing condition and eye-handedness relationship.

Abstract

Duration of visible persistence was investigated as a function of spatial frequency, orientation and viewing condition (binocular, dominant eye and non-dominant eye). Persistence increased with increasing spatial frequency and was longer for oblique than vertical gratings. Viewing condition also influenced visible persistence such that binocular persistence… (More)

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