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The Japanese Journal of Psychonomic Science
It is known that the perceived direction of a directionally ambiguous test stimulus is influenced by the moving direction of a preceding priming stimulus. To examine the spatial property of motion priming, we manipulated the spatial distance between the priming and test stimuli. Subjects judged the perceived direction of 180-deg phaseshifted sine-wave gratings (test stimulus) displayed immediately after the offset of a priming stimulus. We found that a brief priming stimulus induced negativedoi:10.14947/psychono.33.3 fatcat:usndtgevc5ebnezjta34fuxnby