Hamburger K, Geremek A, Spillmann L, 2012, "Perceptual filling-in of negative coloured afterimages" Perception 41(1) 50 – 56
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Perceptual filling-in of negative coloured afterimages
Kai Hamburger, Adam Geremek, Lothar Spillmann
Received 4 July 2011, in revised form 11 January 2012
Abstract. Filling-in of brightness, colour, and texture refers to the perceptual spreading of surround features onto the target area. This phenomenon has been extensively investigated in real images. Here, we study colour spreading in afterimages of disk-ring patterns, using a variety of colour combinations. We show that colour filling-in and filling-out in afterimages follow rules different from those found for real images, suggesting that the brain treats afterimages as genuine ‘stimuli’.
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