The constructive nature of vision: direct evidence from functional magnetic resonance imaging studies of apparent motion and motion imagery.

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The constructive nature of vision: direct evidence from

The constructive nature of vision: direct evidence from functional magnetic resonance imaging studies of apparent motion and motion imagery Rainer Goebel, Darius Khorram-Sefat,1 Lars Muckli, Hans Hacker1 and Wolf Singer Max-Planck-Institut fu¨r Hirnforschung, Deutschordenstraβe 46, 60528 Frankfurt a. M., Germany

Published in: European Journal of Neuroscience · 1998Authors: Rainer Goebel · Darius Khorramsefat · Lars Muckli · H Hacker · Wolf SingerAffiliation: Goethe University FrankfurtAbout: Illusory contours

The constructive nature of vision: direct evidence from

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