Short-Term Neural Adaptation to Simultaneous Bifocal Images published in PLOS One


We investigated the extent and amount of neural adaptation to the blur imposed by simultaneous vision, by measuring the visual aftereffects produced following brief exposure to simultaneous bifocal images. Results reveal perceptual judgement of bifocal images, and adaptation to bifocal images driven primarily by local contrast in the images. The study is published in this month’s issue of PLOS One 9(3)




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