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The lights in our experiment cannot be considered properly as intermittent; furthermore, flicker fusion would have led to an ... flicker fusion, an after effect, contrast sensitivity's dependence on eccentricity, ambiguity, saccadic suppression and ... the light of the stimulus can be perceived as persistent-a phenomenon called flicker fusion. ...
  http://www.jneurosci.org/content/35/4/1493
*  The illusion of flicker fusion effect | Biology Letters
2. What is the mechanism underlying the flicker fusion effect?. *3. What defensive function might the flicker fusion effect ... Unravelling the illusion of flicker fusion. Diana Umeton, Jenny C. A. Read, Candy Rowe ...
  http://rsbl.royalsocietypublishing.org/content/13/2/20160831.article-info
*  Flicker fusion threshold - Wikipedia
The flicker fusion threshold (or flicker fusion rate) is a concept in the psychophysics of vision. It is defined as the ... The flicker fusion threshold also is lower for a fatigued observer. Decrease in the critical fusion frequency has often been ... The flicker fusion threshold is proportional to the amount of modulation; if brightness is constant, a brief flicker will ... Flicker fusion threshold is related to persistence of vision. Although flicker can be detected for many waveforms representing ...
  https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Flicker_fusion_threshold
*  neuroscience | Biology Letters
Unravelling the illusion of flicker fusion. Diana Umeton, Jenny C. A. Read, Candy Rowe ...
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*  Binocular fusion of luminance, color, motion and flicker - Two eyes are worse than one - PSY
Binocular fusion of luminance, color, motion and flicker - Two eyes are worse than one ... Binocular fusion of luminance, color, motion and flicker - Two eyes are worse than one ...
  https://www.psy.ox.ac.uk/publications/432156
*  The Finnish Clinical Test for Drunkenness in Evaluating the Effects of Drugs on Driving Fitness
Psychomotor laboratory tests included simulated driving, digit symbol substitution, divided attention, critical flicker fusion ... critical flicker fusion; MW=Maddox wing. / separates data from two trials. * capsule ** sublingual tablet. - = no change, + = p ... critical flicker fusion threshold, Maddox wing, body sway and subjective assessments with visual analogue scales (VAS). ...
  http://www.druglibrary.org/schaffer/misc/driving/s17p6.htm
*  Health Benefits of Yoga - International Association of Yoga Therapists (IAYT)
Flicker fusion frequency improves Biochemical Effects The biochemical profile improves, indicating an antistress and ...
  http://www.iayt.org/?page=HealthBenefitsofYoga
*  Staff Profile - Institute of Neuroscience - Newcastle University
Umeton D, Read JCA, Rowe C. Unravelling the illusion of flicker fusion. Biology Letters 2017, 13(2). ...
  http://www.ncl.ac.uk/ion/staff/profile/candyrowe.html
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2004) Dopamine neurons release transmitter via a flickering fusion pore. Nat Neurosci 7:341-346. ... 2009) A resting pool of vesicles is responsible for spontaneous vesicle fusion at the synapse. Nat Neurosci 12:751-758. ... One of the two constructs that met these criteria (VMAT2-pHluorin) was then compared directly to a fusion of GFP to the N ... 2002) Single and multiple vesicle fusion induce different rates of endocytosis at a central synapse. Nature 417:555-559. ...
  http://www.jneurosci.org/content/30/23/7917
*  The Effect of Magnetic Fields upon the Central Nervous System | SpringerLink
Magnetic Field Critical Flicker Fusion Frequency Neural Functioning Vectorial Relationship Central Nervous System Functioning ...
  https://link.springer.com/chapter/10.1007/978-1-4684-8352-9_14
*  Temporal inhibition in character identification | SpringerLink
Twin flashes, single flashes and flicker fusion.Vision Research,13, 309-323.CrossRefPubMedGoogle Scholar ... Bergen, J. R., &Wilson, H. R. (1985). Prediction of flicker sensitivities from temporal three-pulse data.Vision Research,25, ... Ohtani, Y., &Ejima, Y. (1988). Relation between flicker and two-pulse sensitivities for sinusoidal gratings.Vision Research,28 ... Sperling, G., &Sondhi, M. M. (1968). Model for visual luminance discrimination and flicker detection.Journal of the Optical ...
  https://link.springer.com/article/10.3758%2FBF03207992
*  Conference in Lisbon Portugal
Critical flicker fusion frequency. Critical flicker fusion frequency or CFF) was measured by Vani (1997) on two matching groups ...
  http://auriol.free.fr/traduc/english/yoga/Yoga-Science-Lisbon-en.htm
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It would also explain why chromatic flicker fusion frequency in bees (∼80 Hz) (Srinivasan and Lehrer, 1985) approaches what ... as inferred from critical flicker-fusion frequencies (Boynton, 1979; Srinivasan and Lehrer, 1985; Jiang et al., 2007). Here we ... 2007) Human visual cortex responds to invisible chromatic flicker. Nat Neurosci 10:657-662. ... Perhaps this is why large areas of the human cortex can respond to chromatic flicker that is perceptually invisible and ...
  http://www.jneurosci.org/content/30/11/3896
*  JoVE | Peer Reviewed Scientific Video Journal - Methods and Protocols
The high-frequency design also achieved a flicker fusion effect for better visualization. Seven subjects were recruited in this ... Each flickering sequence was a concatenated sequence of alternative flickering segments and resting segments. The flickering ... The current design used eight LEDs to flicker at 31.25 Hz with 45 degrees phase margin between any two adjacent SSVEP flickers ... It means once the optical flicker frequency and duty-cycle is determined the first time, flicker frequency/duty-cycle selection ...
  https://www.jove.com/visualize?author=+Kuo-Kai+Shyu
*  Small birds' vision: superfast rather than sharp - Uppsala University, Sweden
This threshold, known as the CFF (critical flicker fusion rate), averaged between 129 and 137 hertz (Hz). In the pied ... one flickering and one shining a constant light. Temporal resolution was then determined by increasing the flicker rate to a ... Many of these flicker at 100 Hz, which is thus invisible to humans but perhaps not to small birds in captivity. Studies have ... shown that flickering light can cause stress, behavioural disturbances and various forms of discomfort in humans and birds ...
  http://www.uu.se/en/research/news/article/?id=6288&area=2,5,10,16&typ=artikel&lang=en
*  Consciousness Studies/Neuroscience 2 - Wikibooks, open books for an open world
Flicker fusion should occur if each eye receives alternate flashes at only half the normal flicker fusion frequency. The ... Sherrington considered the phenomenon of 'flicker fusion' in which a flickering light appears to be a continuous steady light ... each eye required 46 pulses per second for fusion to occur. Sherrington proposed that the flicker fusion in alternate binocular ... In binocular fusion images from both eyes are fused together to create a single image in experience. Moutoussis and Zeki (2002 ...
  https://en.wikibooks.org/wiki/Consciousness_Studies/Neuroscience_2
*  Small birds' vision: Not so sharp but superfast
This threshold, known as the CFF (critical flicker fusion rate), averaged between 129 and 137 hertz (Hz). In the pied ... Many of these flicker at 100 Hz, which is thus invisible to humans but perhaps not to small birds in captivity. Studies have ... Temporal resolution was then determined by increasing the flicker rate to a threshold at which the birds could no longer tell ... The researchers trained wild-caught birds to receive a food reward by distinguishing between a pair of lamps, one flickering ...
  http://www.innovations-report.com/html/reports/life-sciences/small-birds-vision-not-so-sharp-but-superfast.html
*  Frame rate - Mashpedia Free Video Encyclopedia
This perception of modulated light as steady is known as the flicker fusion threshold. However, when the modulated light is non ... the flicker fusion threshold can be much higher, in the hundreds of hertz.[2] With regard to image recognition, people have ... James Davis (2015), "Humans perceive flicker artefacts at 500 Hz", Sci Rep, Wiley, 5: 7861, doi:10.1038/srep07861, PMC 4314649 ... The lack of strobe (as opposed to flicker) is due to the higher sampling rate of the camera relative to the speed of movement ...
  http://www.mashpedia.com/Frame_rate
*  Habituated visual neurons in locusts remain sensitive to novel looming objects | Journal of Experimental Biology
Miall, R. C. (1978). The flicker fusion frequencies of six laboratory insects, and the response of the compound eye to mains ... slightly above the flicker fusion frequency of the locust eye (Miall, 1978), for a total of 320 frames. Power spectral density ...
  http://jeb.biologists.org/content/208/13/2515
*  ENDOSCOPES | Sep 2006 | Photonics Spectra
Way to Lower Fusion Temperatures Could Lower Manufacturing Costs. INDUSTRIAL. Online Lens Selection. NEW MEDIA ...
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