PLoS ONE volume 9, issue 5, Pe98298 2014 DOI: 10.1371/journal.pone.0098298 View full text
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Pieter Moors, Johan Wagemans, Lee de-Wit

Abstract: Continuous flash suppression (CFS) is a powerful interocular suppression technique, which is often described as an effective means to reliably suppress stimuli from visual awareness. Suppression through CFS has been assumed to depend upon a reduction in (retinotopically specific) neural adaptation caused by the continual updating of the contents of the visual input to one eye. In this study, we started from the observation that suppressing a moving stimulus through CFS appeared to be more effective when using …

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