Early visual processing during binocular rivalry studied with visual evoked potentials


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Abstract

VISUAL evoked potentials (VEPs) were recorded to probes presented to the dominant and suppressed eyes in a binocular rivalry paradigm. Probes presented to the suppressed eye interrupted the current dominance phase and produced a P300-like deflection (400–700 ms). Probes delivered to the dominant eye increased the duration of the current dominance phase. VEPs to these probes included an endogenous component that overlapped the early exogenous components. The early endogenous component (rivalry-related potential, RRP) started as early as 70 ms and had a broad centroparieto-occipital distribution.

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