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Stimulus cueing in blindsight.

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When visual stimuli are presented in the cortically blind visual field of patients or monkeys with verified destruction of striate cortex, many subjects can voluntarily respond to them. In studies of this blindsight, the on- and/or offset of the visual stimulus is usually known to the subject, either because it is signaled in some way or because the subject can present the stimulus himself. To study the effect of stimulus uncertainty on the responses of four hemianopic monkeys and one human h...

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Institution:
University of Oxford
Department:
Oxford, MSD, Experimental Psychology
Stoerig, P More by this author
Volume:
144
Pages:
261-277
Publication date:
2004
DOI:
EISSN:
1875-7855
ISSN:
0079-6123
URN:
uuid:5a58c7ce-10ec-40ed-929d-449b559f6e3a
Source identifiers:
18897
Local pid:
pubs:18897
ISBN:
0-444-50978-X

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