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The motion aftereffect (MAE) was used to study the temporal and spatial frequency selectivity of the visual system at supra-threshold contrasts. Observers adapted to drifting sine-wave gratings of a range of spatial and temporal frequencies. The magnitude of the MAE induced by the adaptation was measured with counterphasing test gratings of a variety of spatial and temporal frequencies. Independently of the spatial or temporal frequency of the adapting grating, the largest MAE was found withdoi:10.1016/0042-6989(96)00004-1 pmid:8917759 fatcat:sngqhmdivnd2jbryp4guie7foe