The role of non-conscious visual processing in obstacle avoidance: a commentary on Ross et al. (2018)

Author
Striemer, Christopher
Chapman, Craig
Goodale, Melvyn
Faculty Advisor
Date
2018
Keywords
hemianopia , neural pathways , visual cortex , visual perception , blindsight
Abstract (summary)
When summed together Ross et al.'s (2018) data and conclusions appear not only to be a clear failure to replicate, but call into question the validity of our original result by labelling it a “chance finding”. Typically, bold statements such as these need to be backed up by firm conclusive data. In the following commentary, we provide a critical analysis of Ross et al.'s (2018) findings.
Publication Information
Striemer, C. L., Chapman, C. S., & Goodale, M. A. (2018). The role of non-conscious visual processing in obstacle avoidance: A commentary on Ross et al. (2018). Cortex, 98, 269-275. doi:10.1016/j.cortex.2017.03.024
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Language
English
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