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The effect of long lasting flicker stimulation on the excitatory responses of single units in the optic tract (OT), and the lateral geniculate body (LGB) of cat, was analysed with respect to changes in response strength. ON- and OFF-center units were stimulated with periodic light increments and...
The theory described in this paper is concerned with the perceptual and cognitive processes underlying psychophysical laws. The theory is a generalization of a model used to predict a subject's conception of the number continuum. It is assumed that all physical attributes (including numbers)...
The susceptability to, plastic changes of single units along the afferent visual pathway (optic tract/OT/, dorsal lateral geniculate body /LGB/) was investigated by means of classical conditioning procedures. These consisted of pairing either two light stimuli in different parts of the receptive...
This paper describes an extension of Preferred State Theory (Baird, 1975) to deal with matching functions produced by such techniques as magnitude and category estimation. It is assumed by this theory that all stimulus attributes are transformed into perceptual states according to the operation...
A vector model in terms of four unequivocally defined proximal velocity motion vectors for the perception of all kinds of rigid motions in space, i.e. translation along and rotation around the three dimensions, was elaborated and tested empirically with simple motion patterns. The experiments...
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