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Effect of Contrast and Adaptation on the Perception of the Direction and Speed of Drifting Gratings

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Müller, R. ; Greenlee, Mark W.
Date of publication of this fulltext: 20 Jul 2012 08:17


Three experiments were conducted to analyse the effect of contrast and adaptation state on the ability of human observers to discriminate the motion of drifting gratings. In the first experiment, subjects judged the direction of briefly presented gratings, which slowly drifted leftward or rightward. The test gratings were enveloped in space by a raised cosine function and in time by a Gaussian. ...


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