Visual Masking

Where most current approaches to the study of visual consciousness adopt a 'steady-state' view, the approach presented in this book explores its dynamic properties down to a resolution in the millisecond range."--BOOK JACKET.

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  • Author : Bruno Breitmeyer
  • Publisher : Oxford University Press
  • Pages : 370 pages
  • ISBN : 0198530676
  • Rating : 4/5 from 21 reviews
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Visual Masking

Visual Masking
  • Author : Bruno Breitmeyer,Haluk Öğmen
  • Publisher : Oxford University Press
  • Release : 20 April 2006
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Where most current approaches to the study of visual consciousness adopt a 'steady-state' view, the approach presented in this book explores its dynamic properties down to a resolution in the millisecond range."--BOOK JACKET.

Psychophysiology of Visual Masking

Psychophysiology of Visual Masking
  • Author : Talis Bachmann
  • Publisher : Nova Science Pub Incorporated
  • Release : 25 July 1994
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Section headings: Foreword; Introduction -- The Problem of Visual Masking; Facts and the Theories of Visual Masking; The Conception of Perceptual Retouch and its Experimental Control; The Psychophysiological Modelling from Short-Term Images; Conclusions.

Visual Masking

Visual Masking
  • Author : Talis Bachmann,Gregory Francis
  • Publisher : Academic Press
  • Release : 13 November 2013
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Visual masking is a technique used in cognitive research to understand pre-conscious processes (priming, for example), consciousness, visual limits, and perception issues associated with psychopathology. This book is a short format review of research using visual masking: how it has been used, and what these experiments have discovered.Topics covered include concepts, varieties, and theories of masking; masking and microgenetic mechanisms and stagesof visual processing; psychopharmacological and genetic factors in masking, and more. Provides succinct information about the widely dispersed

Contour Interaction in Visual Space: Depth Separation and Visual Masking

Contour Interaction in Visual Space: Depth Separation and Visual Masking
  • Author : Robert Fox,Stephen Lehmkuhle,VANDERBILT UNIV NASHVILLE TN DEPT OF PSYCHOLOGY.
  • Publisher : Unknown Publisher
  • Release : 25 July 1978
GET THIS BOOKContour Interaction in Visual Space: Depth Separation and Visual Masking

Virtually all research on inhibitory interactions among adjacent visual stimuli operative in such phenomena as simultaneous contrast and visual masking has employed situations in which the interacting stimulus elements occupy the same depth plane (i.e., have the same z-axis values) in deference to the implicit assumption that the processing of depth information occurs only after the visual processing of contour information is completed. But there are theoretical reasons and data suggesting that the interactions among contours depends critically upon

Visual Masking

Visual Masking
  • Author : Bruno G. Breitmeyer
  • Publisher : Unknown Publisher
  • Release : 25 July 2021
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Our visual system can process information at both conscious and unconscious levels. This edition uses the technique of visual masking to explore temporal aspects of both conscious and unconscious processes. It focuses on the microgenesis of visual form and pattern perception.

Spatial and Temporal Visual Masking and Visibility

Spatial and Temporal Visual Masking and Visibility
  • Author : Robert A. Smith,NEW HAMPSHIRE UNIV DURHAM VISION RESEARCH LAB.
  • Publisher : Unknown Publisher
  • Release : 25 July 1986
GET THIS BOOKSpatial and Temporal Visual Masking and Visibility

Studies continue on spatio-temporal interactions between briefly-flashed lines. The delayed facilitation we previously reported suggested that we were tapping a motion-detector system. However extensive experiments which failed to correlate our line interactions with the motion aftereffect and other well-known manifestations of motion detection have convinced us that we are measuring something different. We currently believe we may be tapping the moving-object detectors described by Burr. We have demonstrated that transient stimulation produces a substantial change in the configuration of inhibition