Substituting objects from consciousness: A review of object substitution masking
Object substitution masking (OSM) occurs when a sparse (e.g., four dot), temporally-trailing mask obscures the visibility of a briefly-presented target. Here, we review theories of OSM: Those which propose that OSM reflects the interplay between feedforward and feedback/reentrant neural processes, those which predict that feedforward processing alone gives rise to the phenomenon and theories that focus on cognitive explanations, such as object updating. We discuss how each of these theories...[Show more]
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|Source:||Springer Verlag 20.5 (2013): 859-877|
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