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Binocular rivalry

Author: David Alais; Randolph Blake
Publisher: Cambridge, Mass. : MIT Press, ©2005.
Series: A Bradford book
Edition/Format:   Book : EnglishView all editions and formats
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"Researchers today in neuroscience and cognitive psychology increasingly turn their attention to binocular rivalry and other forms of perceptual ambiguity or bistability. The eighteen essays collected in Binocular Rivalry present the most recent theoretical and empirical work on this key topic by leading researchers in the field."--BOOK JACKET.
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Genre/Form: Aufsatzsammlung
Material Type: Internet resource
Document Type: Book, Internet Resource
All Authors / Contributors: David Alais; Randolph Blake
ISBN: 026201212X 9780262012126
OCLC Number: 54529573
Notes: "A Bradford book."
Description: xix, 373 p. : ill. ; 24 cm.
Contents: Foreword / Robert Fox --
Preface --
1 Landmarks in the history of binocular rivalry / Randolph Blake --
2 Ambiguities and rivalries in the history of binocular vision / Nicholas J. Wade --
3 The nature and depth of binocular rivalry suppression / Allan W. Freeman, Vincent A. Nguyen, and David Alais --
4 Investigations of the neural basis of binocular rivalry / Frank Tong --
5 Parallel pathways and temporal dynamics in binocular rivalry / Sheng He, Thomas Carlson, and Xiangchuan Chen --
6 Human development of binocular rivalry / Ilona Kovács and Michal Eisenberg --
7 Surface representation and attention modulation mechanisms in binocular rivalry / Teng Leng Ooi and Zijiang J. He --
8 Dynamics of perceptual bistability: plaids and binocular rivalry compared / Nava Rubin and Jean-Michel Hupé --
9 Interocular grouping in binocular rivalry: basic attributes and combinations / Thomas V. Papathomas, Ilona Kovács, and Tiffany Conway --
10 Binocular rivalry and the perception of depth / Ian P. Howard --
11 From contour to object-face rivalry: multiple neural mechanisms resolve perceptual ambiguity / Timothy J. Andrews, Frank Sengpiel, and Colin Blakemore --
12 Responses of single neurons in the human brain during flash suppression / Gabriel Kreiman, Itzhak Fried, and Christof Koch --
13 Binocular rivalry and the illusion of monocular vision / David A. Leopold, Alexander Maier, Melanie Wilke, and Nikos K. Logothetis --
14 The functional role of oscillatory neuronal synchronization for perceptual organization and selection --
15 Perceptual rivalry as an ultradian oscillation / J.D. Pettigrew and O.L. Carter --
16 Binocular rivalry in the divided brain / Robert P. O'Shea and Paul M. Corballis --
17 Rivalry and perceptual oscillations: a dynamical synthesis / Hugh R. Wilson --
18 A neural network model of top-down rivalry / D.P. Crewther, R. Jones, J. Munro, T. Price, S. Pulis and S. Crewther --
Contributors --
Name index --
Subject index.
Series Title: A Bradford book
Responsibility: edited by David Alais and Randolph Blake.
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"Our two eyes normally work in harmony, but if they look at very different things the result is a curious alternation of perception called binocular rivalry. As with so many other perceptual Read more...

 
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