Bjørklund R A, Magnussen S, 1981, "A study of interocular transfer of spatial adaptation" Perception 10(5) 511 – 518
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A study of interocular transfer of spatial adaptation
Roald A Bjørklund, Svein Magnussen
Received 27 November 1980, in revised form 23 February 1981
Abstract. The threshold-elevation aftereffect was measured ipsiocularly and interocularly following grating adaptation of one eye. The functions relating aftereffect magnitude to adapting contrast and adaptation time were similar under the two testing conditions, with interocular transfer remaining fairly constant; decay times were similar for ipsiocular and interocular aftereffects of comparable magnitude, and their frequency selectivities were the same. It is concluded that the stimulus-response characteristics of monocular and binocular spatial channels are fundamentally similar.
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