Petersik J T, 1979, "Optical defocusing reverses perceptual organization" Perception 8(2) 225 – 228
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Optical defocusing reverses perceptual organization
J Timothy Petersik
Received 20 July 1978
Abstract. At a certain point during the defocusing of a reversible figure, the organization of the figure reversed unexpectedly, and the reversal seemed more abrupt than a spontaneous reversal. The critical point is approximately constant over time for a given subject, and a similar point occurs during refocusing. This phenomenon is discussed in terms of inhibition between competing neural structures.
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