flash-lag effect


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flash-lag effect

the apparent lagging behind a moving object of a portion of it that flashes briefly.

flash-lag ef·fect

(flash-lag e-fekt')
The apparent lagging behind a moving object of a portion of it that flashes briefly.
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This line of reasoning is quite similar to the "postdiction" account, devised by Eagleman and Sejnowski (2000) in order to explain the flash-lag effect.
Here too, we can see that the flash-lag effect can also be used as a useful tool to investigate the relationship between perception and action.
Computational neurobiology of the flash-lag effect.
The attentional modulation of the flash-lag effect.
Flag errors in soccer games: The flash-lag effect brought to real life.
The interference of action in the flash-lag effect.
Internal and external prediction in the flash-lag effect.
The flash-lag effect is reduced when the flash is perceived as a sensory consequence of our action.