Tuning properties of radial phantom motion aftereffects
Motion aftereffects are normally tested in regions of the visual field that have been directly exposed to motion (local or concrete MAEs). We compared concrete MAEs with remote or phantom MAEs, in which motion is perceived in regions not previously adapted to motion. Our aim was to study the spatial dependencies and spatiotemporal tuning of phantom MAEs generated by radially expanding stimuli. For concrete and phantom MAEs, peripheral stimuli generated stronger aftereffects than central...[Show more]
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