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Correction: Motion-Induced Blindness and Troxler Fading: Common and Different Mechanisms

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Correction: Motion-Induced Blindness and Troxler Fading: Common and Different Mechanisms

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There are several errors in Figures 2 and 3 and their respective figure legends. Please see the corrected figures and their legends below.

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Figure 2. MIB and Troxler disappearance as a function of contrast (10 observers).

(a) Mean visible periods. (b) Transition Rate (disappearance events per min). (c) Mean invisible periods. (d) Percentage of time invisible. Data were normalized individually for each observer before averaging across observers and adding the grand-average baseline (see Methods). Error bars denote SEM.

https://doi.org/10.1371/journal.pone.0092894.g002

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Figure 3. Disappearance as a function of contrast for Troxler (no mask), static mask, slow mask, and fast mask (5 observers).

(a) Mean visible periods. (b) Transition Rate (disappearance events per min). (c) Mean invisible period. (d) Percentage of time invisible. Data were normalized individually for each observer before averaging across observers and adding the grand-average baseline (see Methods). Error bars denote SEM.

https://doi.org/10.1371/journal.pone.0092894.g004

Reference

  1. 1. Bonneh YS, Donner TH, Cooperman A, Heeger DJ, Sagi D (2014) Motion-Induced Blindness and Troxler Fading: Common and Different Mechanisms. PLoS ONE 9(3): e92894