Researchers induce people to perceive colors that were't really there and provide evidence that the V1 and V2 visual areas are capable of associative learning.
New research indicates the existence of an unconscious iconic memory store that supports predictions made by the global workspace theory of consciousness. It also shows that visual masking does not erase memory traces of masked stimuli but only limits conscious access.
A new study reports syntactic priming can be boosted by repeating non-verbs, as well as verbs.
Researchers have identified functional connectivity problems in brain regions associated with visual processing and attention in Parkinson's patients who experience visual hallucinations.