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Notes for the project described in <cite>Holcombe2009TICS</cite>
Werkhoven, Snippe, & Toet
Werkhoven, Snippe, & Toet
* acceleration and direction alternation
* acceleration and direction alternation
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#Melcher-etal-2004 pmid=15066396
#Melcher-etal-2004 pmid=15066396
#Holcombe2009TICS pmid=19386535

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Alex Holcombe
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• Kim Ransley
• Ingrid Van Tongeren
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Notes for the project described in [1] Werkhoven, Snippe, & Toet

  • acceleration and direction alternation
WerkhovenLowPassFilter33ms.png WerkhovenLowPassFilterImpulseResponse.png

If temporally low-pass the Reichhardt outputs, all speeds represented in speed-modulated stimulus but not in unmodulated stimulus. If temporally low-pass the pre-filtering stage,wouldn't be able to perceive motion at high frequencies If delay stage is temporally low-pass,

integration interval

[2] found attention / central viewing dramatically increased motion integration interval, with max integration interval 10 sec as found by Burr and Santoro


  1. Holcombe AO. Seeing slow and seeing fast: two limits on perception. Trends Cogn Sci. 2009 May;13(5):216-21. DOI:10.1016/j.tics.2009.02.005 | PubMed ID:19386535 | HubMed [Holcombe2009TICS]
  2. Melcher D, Crespi S, Bruno A, and Morrone MC. The role of attention in central and peripheral motion integration. Vision Res. 2004 Jun;44(12):1367-74. DOI:10.1016/j.visres.2003.11.023 | PubMed ID:15066396 | HubMed [Melcher-etal-2004]
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