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Chapter 7

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University of Toronto Scarborough
Matthias Niemeier

PSYB51 Chapter 7 Motion Perception Page1Motion aftereffect MAE The illusion of motion of a stationary object that occurs after prolonged exposure to a moving object Computation of Visual Motion Apparent Motion Apparent Motion The illusory impression of smooth motion resulting from the rapid alternation of objects that appear in different locations in rapid succession The Correspondence and Aperture Problems Aperture Correspondence problem motion Aperture problem An opening that allows only a partial view of The problem faced by the motion detection The fact that when a moving object is viewed the object system of knowing which feature in frame 2 through an aperture or a receptive field the corresponds to a particular feature in frame 1 direction of motion of a local feature or part of the object may be ambiguousDetection of Global Motion in Area MT Middle temporal lobe MT An area of the brain though to be important in the perception of motion Motion Aftereffects Revisited changes in contrast or texture but not by Interocular transfer Luminancedefined object The transfer of an effect such as adaptation An object that is delineated by changes in luminance from one eye to the other reflected light Texturedefined contrastdefined object An object that is defined by changes in contrast Firstorder motion Secondorder motion The motion of an object that is defined by The motion
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