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Temporal Integration of Movement: The Time-Course of Motion Streaks Revealed by Masking

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Alais, A. ; Apthorp, A. ; Karmann, Anna ; Cass, J.
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Temporal integration in the visual system causes fast-moving objects to leave oriented ‘motion streaks’ in their wake, which could be used to facilitate motion direction perception. Temporal integration is thought to occur over 100 ms in early cortex, although this has never been tested for motion streaks. Here we compare the ability of fast-moving (‘streaky’) and slow-moving fields of dots to ...


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