What Causes The Kanizsa Stimulus To Break Interocular Suppression?

Pieter Moors, Sanne van Crombruggen, Johan Wagemans, Raymond van Ee & Lee de-Wit
A regular, grouped Kanizsa triangle has been shown to break through interocular suppression faster than an ungrouped, random Kanizsa triangle [Wang et al., 2012, PLoS ONE, 7(6): e40106]. In an earlier neuropsychological study Conci et al. [2009, Neuropsychologia, 47, 726-732] showed that low-level collinear contour facilitation and high-level surface filling-in both contribute separately to a reduction in extinction in patients with visual neglect when viewing Kanizsa stimuli. Since Wang et al. (2012) did not include...
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