A magnocellular contribution to conscious perception via temporal object segmentation
The human visual system is continuously confronted with dynamic visual input. One challenge that the visual system must solve, therefore, is recognizing when two distinct objects have appeared at a given location despite their brief presentation and rapid succession, that is, temporal object segmentation. Here we examined the role of magnocellular neurons in this process. We measured temporal object segmentation via object substitution masking (OSM), which reflects the failure to distinguish...[Show more]
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|Source:||Journal of Experimental Psychology: Human Perception and Performance|
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