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Forward and backward masking with brief chromatic stimuli

Abstract:

Visual masking typically occurs when mask and target are separated in time by less than 100 ms, and the form of this interaction might be expected to depend on the latency of the target and mask signals. We track psychophysically the time course of signals from the two colour-opponent channels by using forward and backward masking, in which mask and target each stimulate only one colour channel. Stimuli resemble those used in the Cambridge Colour Test,1 in that spatial luminance noise is used...

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Smithson, HE More by this author
Mollon, JD More by this author
Journal:
COLOR RESEARCH AND APPLICATION
Volume:
26
Issue:
SUPPL.
Pages:
S165-S169
Publication date:
2001
DOI:
EISSN:
1520-6378
ISSN:
0361-2317
URN:
uuid:78a3c439-ca1a-49ee-97eb-ac8618b69d6e
Source identifiers:
244470
Local pid:
pubs:244470

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