Visual suppression at the offset of binocular rivalry.

@article{Graaf2017VisualSA,
  title={Visual suppression at the offset of binocular rivalry.},
  author={Tom A. de Graaf and Raymond van Ee and Dennis Croonenberg and P Christiaan Klink and Alexander Thomas Sack},
  journal={Journal of vision},
  year={2017},
  volume={17 1},
  pages={
          2
        }
}
Various paradigms can make visual stimuli disappear from awareness, but they often involve stimuli that are either relatively weak, competing with other salient inputs, and/or presented for a prolonged period of time. Here we explore a phenomenon that involves controlled perceptual disappearance of a peripheral visual stimulus without these limitations. It occurs when one eye's stimulus is abruptly removed during a binocular rivalry situation. This manipulation renders the remaining stimulus… CONTINUE READING
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