Visuomotor timing compensates for changes in perceptual latency

  title={Visuomotor timing compensates for changes in perceptual latency},
  author={Alex L White and Daniel Linares and Alex O. Holcombe},
  journal={Current Biology},
In the control subjects, when adaptation was restricted to one hemifield (Figure 1B), the component of the phosphene overlapping the adapted hemifield appeared coloured, and the component overlapping the unadapted hemifield was colourless. In contrast, in GY the bilateral phosphene appeared uniformly coloured after adaptation restricted to the intact field. When adaptation was restricted to GY's blind field, the phosphene always appeared colourless. When different adapting colours were… CONTINUE READING

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