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The role of stationary and dynamic test patterns in rapid forms of motion after-effect

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Pavan, Andrea ; Skujevskis, Maris
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Subsecond adaptation to directional motion can induce a rapid form of motion after-effect (rMAE). Unlike the characteristics of the classic motion after-effect (MAE), produced by adaptation of several seconds or minutes, the properties of the rMAE have been less well explored. In a series of experiments, we assessed the role of stationary and dynamic test patterns (counterphase flickering ...


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