Psychophysical data for adaptation to motion streaks
Raw psychophysical data for contrast thresholds for detecting static gratings after adapting to either fast or slow motion, which was either parallel or orthogonal to the orientation of the grating. This relates to the paper "Direct evidence for encoding of motion streaks in human visual cortex" by Apthorp, Schwarzkopf, Kaul, Bahrami, Alais & Rees, currently in press at Proceedings of the Royal Society Series B.
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