Motion perception: a color-contingent aftereffect.
- Published Article
Science (New York, N.Y.)
- Publication Date
Apr 07, 1972
When observers who watched repeated alternations of a red contracting spiral and green expanding spiral were later shown stationary spirals, red and a green the red stationary spiral appeared to be expanding and the green stationary spiral appeared to be contracting. These color-contingent motion after effects complement reports of motion-contingent color aftereffects and suggest that both may reflect adaptation of detectors specific to color and motion.
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