The Effect of Attention on the Motion Silencing Effect in Dynamic Orientation Discrimination

Tabea-Maria Haase, Anina Rich, Iain Gilchrist & Chris Kent
Suchow and Alvarez (2011a) demonstrated that a stimulus undergoing a feature change in either size, hue, shape or brightness would appear to change more slowly once the display started to rotate. The stimulus, often an annulus made up out of small circles that would exhibit the feature change, would even appear to stop changing at high rotation speeds (Suchow & Alvarez, 2011a). Though previous studies have investigated to what extent grouping (Peirce, 2013), crowding, global...
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