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A Motion Illusion Reveals Mechanisms of Perceptual Stabilization

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Beer, Anton L. ; Heckel, Andreas ; Greenlee, Mark W.
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Visual illusions are valuable tools for the scientific examination of the mechanisms underlying perception. In the peripheral drift illusion special drift patterns appear to move although they are static. During fixation small involuntary eye movements generate retinal image slips which need to be suppressed for stable perception. Here we show that the peripheral drift illusion reveals the ...


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