Spatial interactions determine temporal feature integration as revealed by unmasking

Feature integration is one of the most fundamental problems in neuroscience. In a recent contribution, we showed that a trailing grating can diminish the masking effects one vernier exerts on another, preceding vernier. Here, we show that this temporal unmasking depends on neural spatial interactions related to the trailing grating. Hence, our paradigm allows us to study the spatio-temporal interactions underlying feature integration


Published in:
Advances in Cognitive Psychology, 2, 1, 77-85
Year:
2006
Publisher:
Vizja Press & IT
ISSN:
1895-1171
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