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Separating Fusion from Rivalry

Stefan M. Kallenberger, Constanze Schmidt, Peter Dechent, Clemens Forster, Nicole von Steinbüchel, Torsten Wüstenberg, Hans Strasburger, Samuel G. Solomon
2014 PLoS ONE  
Comparing BFR stimuli with BF and BR stimuli, respectively, we were able to disentangle brain responses associated with either visual fusion or rivalry.  ...  Visual fusion is the process in which differing but compatible binocular information is transformed into a unified percept.  ...  setup and the accomplishment of fMRI measurement.  ... 
doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0103037 pmid:25054904 pmcid:PMC4108392 fatcat:tpgi5jjfmzfwdbrkkr3x6ag6uq

Binocular rivalry and perceptual coherence

Trung T. Ngo, Steven M. Miller, Guang B. Liu, John D. Pettigrew
2000 Current Biology  
The structural models show that this aromatic residue in the RING fingers and in the U-box domain is exposed ( Figure 2 ) and could directly contribute to E2-ubiquitin binding via hydrophobic or aromatic  ...  These observations show that the RING-finger fold can be maintained even as its hallmark pattern of metalchelating residues is abolished and that the RING fold is the common structural determinant of both  ...  Address: Vision Touch and Hearing Research Centre and Department of Physiology and Pharmacology, The University of Queensland, Brisbane 4072, Australia. E-mail:  ... 
doi:10.1016/s0960-9822(00)00399-7 pmid:10704419 fatcat:rsyj7wsc6fb3nbhuqkki54v4wy

Binocular rivalry occurs without simultaneous presentation of rival stimuli

Robert P. O'shea, Boris Crassini
1984 Perception & Psychophysics  
Concentric with the gratings were four equally spaced, fine, white fusion rings. The inner ring had a diameter of 5.05 deg, and the outer a diameter of 6.42 deg.  ...  Werner (1940) mentioned binocular rivalry between a ring and a disk with alternate exposures separated by less than about 50 msec.  ...  It would require that rivalry and stereopsis be measured in a factorial design formed by the crossing of a range of variations of interocular delay between presentations of the dichoptic stimuli, and a  ... 
doi:10.3758/bf03206368 pmid:6522219 fatcat:2keocvaqhrewvfwrsaojwzgt6i

Do early neural correlates of visual consciousness show the oblique effect? A binocular rivalry and event-related potential study

Bradley N. Jack, Urte Roeber, Robert P. O'Shea, Nicholas Seow Chiang Price
2017 PLoS ONE  
Next, we changed one of the gratings to match the grating shown to the other eye, yielding binocular fusion.  ...  Participants perceived the rivalry-to-fusion change to the dominant grating and not to the other, suppressed grating.  ...  Luck and Emily S. Kappenman for inviting him to attend the 2017 UC-Davis ERP Boot Camp, and for their lessons on "uppies and downies" [37].  ... 
doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0188979 pmid:29232704 pmcid:PMC5726736 fatcat:oovn6pgyxncw3hnf7cgpgjwk2u

How does binocular rivalry emerge from cortical mechanisms of 3-D vision?

Stephen Grossberg, Arash Yazdanbakhsh, Yongqiang Cao, Guru Swaminathan
2008 Vision Research  
monocular rivalry, Marroquin patterns, the spread of suppression during binocular rivalry, binocular summation, fusion of dichoptically presented orthogonal gratings, general suppression during binocular  ...  A laminar cortical model of how cortical areas V1, V2, and V4 generate depthful percepts is developed to explain and quantitatively simulate binocular rivalry data.  ...  Instead, the model uses a unified neural architecture (Fig. 2) to explain binocular fusion, rivalry, and summation.  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.visres.2008.06.024 pmid:18640145 fatcat:fz6y65irszdqxcwieownnbsh4y

The precedence of binocular fusion over binocular rivalry

Randolph Blake, Karin Boothroyd
1985 Perception & Psychophysics  
When the right eye views a set of vertical contours and the left eye views a set of horizontal contours, vigorous binocular rivalry results.  ...  to those measured during fusion, not during rivalry.  ...  Over the years, there has been considerable interest in the relation between the processes of binocular fusion and binocular rivalry.  ... 
doi:10.3758/bf03202845 pmid:4011364 fatcat:pweiffb5orbxxa4pxr7a32amei

Composite binocular perception from dichoptic stimulus arrays with similar ensemble information

Oakyoon Cha, Randolph Blake, Sang Chul Chong
2018 Scientific Reports  
Using binocular rivalry as a proxy index, we found that composite perception of dichoptic arrays was more stable when the stimulus items shared similar colours, and that unusual ensembles induced binocular  ...  rivalry.  ...  Acknowledgements Author Contributions All authors conceived the research and designed the Experiments, O.C. conducted the Experiments, and all authors analysed the results.  ... 
doi:10.1038/s41598-018-26679-9 pmid:29844369 pmcid:PMC5973937 fatcat:uebmrqg3crbovaohjvkn35fezy

Predicting Visual Consciousness Electrophysiologically from Intermittent Binocular Rivalry

Robert P. O'Shea, Jürgen Kornmeier, Urte Roeber, Lawrence M. Ward
2013 PLoS ONE  
This display yields binocular rivalry: irregular alternations in visual consciousness between the images viewed by the eyes.  ...  Each participant also responded to numerous non-rivalry trials in which the gratings had identical orientations for the two eyes and for which the orientation of both either changed physically after the  ...  Acknowledgments We are grateful to Erich Schröger who supported this research and who commented helpfully on previous drafts of the paper, to Michael Bach who encouraged the research, and to Inka Bretschneider  ... 
doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0076134 pmid:24124536 pmcid:PMC3790688 fatcat:bwfuhnj2ybhk7jw7vrgp5jdplu

Spatial Spread of Interocular Suppression is Guided by Stimulus Configuration

Kazushi Maruya, Randolph Blake
2009 Perception  
Spread of suppression was unrelated to sensory eye dominance and was found with a more conventional binocular rivalry configuration, too.  ...  ¶Present (and corresponding address):  ...  Acknowledgments This research was supported by grants from the Japan Society for the Promotion of Science and from the National Institutes of Health (EY13358).  ... 
doi:10.1068/p6157 pmid:19400431 pmcid:PMC2720072 fatcat:7uf6owxsnvdhtghuymwtnfmxli

The U box is a modified RING finger — a common domain in ubiquitination

L. Aravind, Eugene V. Koonin
2000 Current Biology  
Address: National Center for Biotechnology Information, National Library of Medicine, National Institutes of Health, Bethesda, Maryland 20894, USA. E-mail:  ...  Determination of the U-box structure and analysis of its interaction with E2 will put these predictions to test. Binocular rivalry and perceptual coherence Trung T. Ngo, Steven M. Miller, Guang B.  ...  It has been suggested that such binocular rivalry is mediated by reciprocal inhibition of neurones in separate monocular channels [2] .  ... 
doi:10.1016/s0960-9822(00)00398-5 pmid:10704423 fatcat:q55dowhnargtfar7k6ecfaowiy

On the relation between dichoptic masking and binocular rivalry

Daniel H. Baker, Erich W. Graf
2009 Vision Research  
These findings are consistent with varying the magnitude of interocular suppression in computational models of both rivalry and masking, and imply the existence of a common suppressive process.  ...  Since dichoptic masking has been localised to the monocular neurons of V1, this is a plausible first stage of binocular rivalry.  ...  Acknowledgments We are grateful for the comments of two anonymous reviewers, and thank Jan Brascamp for comments on the manuscript and both him and Tomas Knapen for helpful discussions.  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.visres.2008.12.002 pmid:19124036 fatcat:3xkrwyjumbhbjbqx22ef4zithu

Neural Field Model of Binocular Rivalry Waves [chapter]

Paul C. Bressloff
2013 Waves in Neural Media  
We present a neural field model of binocular rivalry waves in visual cortex.  ...  We derive an analytical expression for the speed of a binocular rivalry wave as a function of various neurophysiological parameters, and show how properties of the wave are consistent with the wave-like  ...  an extension of the coupled ring model [10, 11] .  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-1-4614-8866-8_8 fatcat:i5pau354unce3jh5evhyzogsvu

Neural field model of binocular rivalry waves

Paul C. Bressloff, Matthew A. Webber
2011 Journal of Computational Neuroscience  
We present a neural field model of binocular rivalry waves in visual cortex.  ...  We derive an analytical expression for the speed of a binocular rivalry wave as a function of various neurophysiological parameters, and show how properties of the wave are consistent with the wave-like  ...  an extension of the coupled ring model [10, 11] .  ... 
doi:10.1007/s10827-011-0351-y pmid:21748526 fatcat:tsy53ybbm5b4tnsmbkzjngkkpq

Page 583 of None Vol. 39, Issue 5 [page]

1949 None  
The difference in intensity and pattern in the two eyes will result in either rivalry or fusion of the dis- similar fields, leading to a reduction in monocular acuity.  ...  Rivalry, in the narrow sense of a temporal fluctuation of the two fields, may occur; or, through a central fusion of the two fields, there may be a reduction in contrast.  ... 

Network Symmetry and Binocular Rivalry Experiments

Casey O Diekman, Martin Golubitsky
2014 Journal of Mathematical Neuroscience  
surprising percepts that have been observed in a number of binocular rivalry experiments.  ...  These rivalry networks modify and extend Wilson networks by permitting different kinds of attributes and different types of coupling.  ...  Acknowledgements The authors thank Gemma Huguet, John Rinzel, Ian Stewart, and Hugh Wilson for helpful discussions.  ... 
doi:10.1186/2190-8567-4-12 pmid:24872926 pmcid:PMC4013122 fatcat:clyabqgyzfforikmvsrjnzi3pm
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