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Camilo Libedinsky, Tristram Savage, Margaret Livingstone; Perceptual and physiological evidence for a role for early visual areas in motion-induced blindness. Journal of Vision 2009;9(1):14. doi: https://doi.org/10.1167/9.1.14.
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Visual disappearance illusions, such as motion-induced blindness, are commonly used to study the neural correlates of visual perception. In such illusions a salient visual target becomes perceptually invisible. Previous studies are inconsistent regarding the role of early visual areas in these illusions. Here we provide physiological and psychophysical evidence suggesting a role for early visual areas in generating motion-induced blindness, and we provide a conceptual model by which different brain areas might contribute to the perceptual disappearance in this illusion.
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