Data from: The direction aftereffect is a global motion phenomenon

William Curran, Lee Beattie, Delfina Bilello, Laura A. Coulter, Jade A. Currie & Jessica M. Pimentel Leon
Prior experience influences visual perception. For example, extended viewing of a moving stimulus results in the misperception of a subsequent stimulus’s motion direction – the direction aftereffect (DAE). There has been an on-going debate regarding the locus of the neural mechanisms underlying the DAE. We know the mechanisms are cortical, but there is uncertainty about where in the visual cortex they are located – at relatively early local motion processing stages, or at later global...
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