Wolfe J M, 1986, "Briefly presented stimuli can disrupt constant suppression and binocular rivalry suppression" Perception 15(4) 413 – 417
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Briefly presented stimuli can disrupt constant suppression and binocular rivalry suppression
Jeremy M Wolfe
Received 28 March 1986, in revised form 16 July 1986
Abstract. An earlier study has shown that the intermittent suppression of one monocular stimulus by another in binocular rivalry does not occur when normally rivalrous stimuli are briefly presented. Constant suppression of stimuli presented to one eye is a common consequence of esotropia during development. A study is reported which demonstrates that constant suppression does not occur when stimuli are briefly presented. The dependence of suppression on stimulus duration is similar in both forms of suppression.
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