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Looking at Op Art: Gaze Stability and Motion Illusions   Leave a comment

Looking at Op Art: Gaze Stability and Motion Illusions

Looking at Op art

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life science center university vilnius | neuroimaging laboratory chuv Lausanne | our experiment   Leave a comment

our experiment

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Laboratoire de recherche en neuroimagerie (LREN)

 

Laboratoire de recherche en neuroimagerie (LREN)

15 février 2018 «Op Art et neurosciences pour soigner des maladies mentales»,

The subjectiveness of illusory motion perception: evidence from effective connectivity study.   Leave a comment

Can be an illusion rigorously defined? In the past, the visual illusion was considered to be an inappropriate object of study. Nowadays, they are a powerful tool for understanding the neurobiology of vision (Eagleman, 2001).

MICROSACCADES AND PERCEPTION OF ILLUSORY MOTION | VILNIUS UNIVERSITY | INSTITUTE OF BIOSCIENCES | Ingrida ZELIONKAITĖ |   Leave a comment

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The subjectiveness of illusory motion perception: evidence from effective connectivity study   Leave a comment

The OHBM Annual Meeting and Conference in Singapore 2018

The subjectiveness of illusory motion perception: evidence from effective connectivity study

Brain project news | University Vilnius | Microsaccades and illusory motion | 2017   Leave a comment

News from Brain project Microsaccades and illusory motion

Microsaccades and illusory motion

  • Ingrida Zelionkaité
  • Sigita Venclove
  • Alexandras Pleskaciauskas
    Institute of Biosciences
    Vilnius University