Visual Trails: Do the Doors of Perception Open

Visual Trails: Do the Doors of Perception Open Periodically?

May 10, 2011 · “Visual trailing” is a transient but dramatic disturbance of visual motion perception of unknown origin: the subject perceives a series of discrete stationary images trailing in the wake of otherwise normally moving objects.

Visual Trails: Do the Doors of Perception Open Periodically?

“Visual trailing” is a transient but dramatic disturbance of visual motion perception of unknown origin: the subject perceives a series of discrete stationary images trailing in the wake of

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Visual Trails: Do the Doors of Perception Open Periodically?

Unsolved Mystery Visual Trails: Do the Doors of Perception Open Periodically? Julien Dubois1,2*, Rufin VanRullen1,2 1Universite´ de Toulouse, Centre de Recherche Cerveau et Cognition, Universite´ Paul Sabatier, Toulouse, France, 2Centre National de la Recherche Scientifique, UMR5549,

PLOS Biology: Visual Trails: Do the Doors of Perception

Do Visual Trails Reflect a Failure of Specific Motion Perception Mechanisms? The periodicity may arise as a disturbance of certain motion processes that are normally continuous.

Published in: PLOS Biology · 2011Authors: Julien Dubois · Julien Dubois · Rufin Vanrullen · Rufin VanrullenAffiliation: Paul Sabatier University · Centre National De La Recherche ScientifiqueAbout: Trazodone · Mianserin · Visual perception · Lysergic acid diethylamide · Serotonin ·

Visual trails: do the doors of perception open

International audience»Visual trailing» is a transient but dramatic disturbance of visual motion perception of unknown origin: the subject perceives a series of discrete stationary images trailing in the wake of otherwise normally moving objects.

Unsolved Mystery Visual Trails: Do the Doors of Perception

‘‘Visual trailing’ ’ is a transient but dramatic disturbance of visual motion perception of unknown origin: the subject perceives a series of discrete stationary images trailing in …

Unsolved Mystery Visual Trails: Do the Doors of Perception

Abstract ‘‘Visual trailing’ ’ is a transient but dramatic disturbance of visual motion perception of unknown origin: the subject perceives a series of discrete stationary images trailing in the wake of otherwise normally moving objects.

Is perception discrete or continuous? – Psychology

The Phase of Ongoing EEG Oscillations Predicts Visual Perception. The Journal of Neuroscience, 29(24), pp.7869-7876.

DISTURBANCES OF VISUAL PERCEPTION IN MIGRAINE – Klee

6 Julien Dubois, Rufin VanRullen, Visual Trails: Do the Doors of Perception Open Periodically?, PLoS Biology, 2011, 9, 5, e1001056CrossRef; 7 Niels Ehlers, A CASE OF HORIZONTAL MICROPSIA AND OCULAR INSTABILITY, Acta Ophthalmologica, 2009, 46, 1, 75Wiley Online Library

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The Doors of Perception: What did Huxley see in mescaline

Disconcertingly, given the detailed discussions of art and the visual world in The Doors Of Perception, Aldous Huxley was almost blind. Or, at least, some people said he was. Like much else in