Color-selective tilt aftereffects with subjective contours

Smith A.T. and Over R. (1976) Color-selective tilt aftereffects with subjective contours. Perception & Psychophysics, 20 4: 305-308. doi:10.3758/BF03199457


Author Smith A.T.
Over R.
Title Color-selective tilt aftereffects with subjective contours
Journal name Perception & Psychophysics   Check publisher's open access policy
ISSN 0031-5117
Publication date 1976-01-01
Sub-type Article (original research)
DOI 10.3758/BF03199457
Volume 20
Issue 4
Start page 305
End page 308
Total pages 4
Subject 3205 Experimental and Cognitive Psychology
2809 Sensory Systems
3200 Psychology
Abstract Displays yielding edges visible at sites where the visual stimulus was homogeneous (subjective contours) as well as with edges defined by spatial discontinuities in luminance (real contours) were used to induce the tilt aftereffect. Under monoptic conditions, the aftereffect was larger when the inspection and test edges were shown in the same colored light than when they were shown in different colored lights. Under dichoptic conditions (display of inspection edges to one eye and test edges to the other eye), the aftereffect was reduced in size and it was no longer selective to the color relationship between the inspection and test stimuli. Similar results were obtained with subjective and real contours. In the recent literature, subjective contours have been treated as products of cognitive and inferential operations, whereas neural edge detectors have been implicated in the perception of real contours. The present data suggest, however, the need for caution in attributing the perception of real and subjective contours to fundamentally different processes.
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