Predictive coding of visual motion in both monocular and binocular human visual processing
Elle van Heusden, Anthony M Harris, Marta Garrido, Hinze Hogendoorn
JOURNAL OF VISION | ASSOC RESEARCH VISION OPHTHALMOLOGY INC | Published : 2019
Neural processing of sensory input in the brain takes time, and for that reason our awareness of visual events lags behind their actual occurrence. One way the brain might compensate to minimize the impact of the resulting delays is through extrapolation. Extrapolation mechanisms have been argued to underlie perceptual illusions in which moving and static stimuli are mislocalised relative to one another (such as the flash-lag and related effects). However, where in the visual hierarchy such extrapolation processes take place remains unknown. Here, we address this question by identifying monocular and binocular contributions to the flash-grab illusion. In this illusion, a brief target is flas..View full abstract
Awarded by Australian Government through the Australian Research Council
Awarded by University of Queensland Fellowship
EvH and HH were supported by the Australian Government through the Australian Research Council's Discovery Projects funding scheme (project DP180102268). MG acknowledges a University of Queensland Fellowship (2016000071).