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Eccentricity-dependent scaling of the limits for short-range apparent motion perception.

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The ability to report the direction of apparent motion when an array of random dots is displaced fails when the displacement exceeds a limiting value (dmax). We find that dmax increases rapidly with retinal eccentricity, in a manner different from spatial measures such as acuity which are believed to depend on the "magnification factor" of projection to area 17. The minimum displacement giving detectable motion (dmin) shows a shallower increase with eccentricity which is more compatible with ...

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Institution:
University of Oxford
Department:
Oxford, MSD, Experimental Psychology
Journal:
Vision research
Volume:
25
Issue:
6
Pages:
803-812
Publication date:
1985
DOI:
EISSN:
1878-5646
ISSN:
0042-6989
URN:
uuid:c9d86a1a-d0dd-4165-8b7e-9a7eb97bb4b4
Source identifiers:
23990
Local pid:
pubs:23990

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