Dux, Paul E.; Visser, Troy A. W.; Goodhew, Stephanie; Lipp, Ottmar V
In object-substitution masking (OSM), a sparse, common-onset mask impairs perception of a target when the mask's offset is later than the target's offset and spatial attention is dispersed. OSM is thought to reflect the interaction of feed-forward and reentrant processes in the brain: Upon stimulus presentation, a low-resolution representation of the target and mask progresses from sensory to anterior brain regions, triggering reentrant processing to confirm stimulus identity. It is...[Show more]
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