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Feedforward and feedback processes in vision
(Frontiers Research Foundation, 2015)
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Zebrafish aging models and possible interventions
(InTechOpen Press, 2018)
Across the world, the aging population is expanding due to an increasing average life expectancy. The percentage of elderly over the age of 65 is expected to be more than 15% of the total world population by 2025. As the ...
Metacontrast masking and stimulus contrast polarity
A recent report [Becker, M. W., & Anstis S. (2004). Metacontrast masking is specific to luminance polarity. Vision Research, 44, 2537–2543] of a failure to obtain metacontrast with target and mask stimuli of opposite ...
Perceptual asynchronies and the dual-channel differential latency hypothesis
(Cambridge University Press, 2010)
The dual-channel differential latency hypothesis (Öğmen et al. 2004) successfully accounts for many aspects of the flash-lag effect (FLE). Here we use the dual-channel differential latency hypothesis to explain an illusion ...
Auditory modulation of visual apparent motion with short spatial and temporal intervals
(Association for Research in Vision and Ophthalmology, 2010)
Recently, E. Freeman and J. Driver (2008) reported a cross-modal temporal interaction in which brief sounds drive the perceived direction of visual apparent-motion, an effect they attributed to “temporal capture” of the ...
Effects of contrast polarity in paracontrast masking
(Springer New York, 2009)
The visibility of a target stimulus can be suppressed (inhibition) or increased (facilitation) during paracontrast masking. Three processes have been proposed to be involved in paracontrast masking: brief inhibition, ...
Static sound timing alters sensitivity to low-level visual motion
(ARVOAysel Sabuncu Brain Research Center (BAM), 2012)
Visual motion processing is essential to survival in a dynamic world and is probably the best-studied facet of visual perception. It has been recently discovered that the timing of brief static sounds can bias visual motion ...
Meta- and paracontrast reveal differences between contour- and brightness-processing mechanisms
We investigated meta- and paracontrast masking using tasks requiring observers to judge the surface brightness or else the contours of target stimuli. The contour task revealed strongest metacontrast at SOAs shorter than ...
Vision: a systems neuroscience perspective
(Uskudar University, 2014)
The visual system is the most studied part of the cortex, providing a basis for understanding not only visual processing per se but also the fundamental operations of the brain in general. Significant progress has been ...
Examining the effects of audiovisual associations on motion perception through task-based fMRI
(Yerkure Tanitim ve Yayincilik Hizmetleri A.S., 2018)
Examining the effects of audiovisual associations on motion perception through task-based fMRI Objective: Previous studies showed that associative learning can lead to drastic changes in perceptual experience and unexpected ...