Motion misperception caused by feedback connections: A neural model simulating the Frohlich effect

Carbone E, Pomplun M (2007)
In: PSYCHOLOGICAL RESEARCH-PSYCHOLOGISCHE FORSCHUNG. 71. SPRINGER: 709-715.

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When asked to indicate the starting position of a fast moving stimulus, observers do not indicate the actual starting position but a later position on the motion trajectory. This perceptual illusion is known as the "Frohlich effect". We present a neural model aimed at simulating this phenomenon based on feedforward and feedback connections. The basic simulation mechanisms seem to be compatible with the attentional and the motion extrapolation account. A comparison between simulated and empirical results showed that the model is capable of generating the same main effects as those found in the empirical data.
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Carbone E, Pomplun M. Motion misperception caused by feedback connections: A neural model simulating the Frohlich effect. In: PSYCHOLOGICAL RESEARCH-PSYCHOLOGISCHE FORSCHUNG. Vol 71. SPRINGER; 2007: 709-715.
Carbone, E., & Pomplun, M. (2007). Motion misperception caused by feedback connections: A neural model simulating the Frohlich effect. PSYCHOLOGICAL RESEARCH-PSYCHOLOGISCHE FORSCHUNG, 71(6), 709-715.
Carbone, E., and Pomplun, M. (2007). “Motion misperception caused by feedback connections: A neural model simulating the Frohlich effect” in PSYCHOLOGICAL RESEARCH-PSYCHOLOGISCHE FORSCHUNG, vol. 71, (SPRINGER), 709-715.
Carbone, E., & Pomplun, M., 2007. Motion misperception caused by feedback connections: A neural model simulating the Frohlich effect. In PSYCHOLOGICAL RESEARCH-PSYCHOLOGISCHE FORSCHUNG. no.71 SPRINGER, pp. 709-715.
E. Carbone and M. Pomplun, “Motion misperception caused by feedback connections: A neural model simulating the Frohlich effect”, PSYCHOLOGICAL RESEARCH-PSYCHOLOGISCHE FORSCHUNG, vol. 71, SPRINGER, 2007, pp.709-715.
Carbone, E., Pomplun, M.: Motion misperception caused by feedback connections: A neural model simulating the Frohlich effect. PSYCHOLOGICAL RESEARCH-PSYCHOLOGISCHE FORSCHUNG. 71, p. 709-715. SPRINGER (2007).
Carbone, Elena, and Pomplun, Marc. “Motion misperception caused by feedback connections: A neural model simulating the Frohlich effect”. PSYCHOLOGICAL RESEARCH-PSYCHOLOGISCHE FORSCHUNG. SPRINGER, 2007.Vol. 71. 709-715.
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