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A schematic representation of a single trial demonstrating a counter-clockwise change in motion axis about a bisecting motion axis of 45°.

By Benjamin Thompson (289907), Bosco S. Tjan (289908) and Zili Liu (289909)


<p>The bisecting axis is depicted with solid grey lines (not present in the real stimuli). The lower panel illustrates the two possible relative phases of dot motion. Counter-phase dots provided locally balanced motion directions and therefore putatively suppressed MT. In-phase dots did not have locally balanced motion signals and therefore MT was presumed to be activated normally. Arrows are shown for illustrative purposes only.</p

Topics: Neuroscience, schematic, demonstrating, counter-clockwise, axis, bisecting
Year: 2013
DOI identifier: 10.1371/journal.pone.0053458.g001
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