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Contrast-reversing global-motion stimuli reveal local interactions between first- and second-order motion signals

Edwards, Mark; Nishida, Shin'ya


Motion perception appears to be mediated by, at least, two systems: a first-order and a second-order system. To investigate the degree of interaction between these systems, we used a contrast-reversing global-motion stimulus in which the signal dots reverse their contrast polarity as they move. In response to such a stimulus, fullwave-rectifying second-order units would signal motion in the displacement direction and first-order units would signal motion in the opposite direction (reverse-phi...[Show more]

CollectionsANU Research Publications
Date published: 2004
Type: Journal article
Source: Vision Research
DOI: 10.1016/j.visres.2004.03.016


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