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Journal of Vision
Duration distortions have been shown to occur at the time of saccades and following high temporal frequency or contrast adaptation. Under all these conditions, changes in the temporal tuning of M neurons also occur, suggesting that there might be a link between the two phenomena. In order to explore this relationship further, we measured the apparent duration of visual stimuli in the dark, where the temporal impulse response has been reported to lengthen. We first measured a progressive shiftdoi:10.1167/11.14.13 pmid:22167051 fatcat:zj2kihpfafdj5cbakuzcdaa7su