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Evidence for a Physiological Explanation of the Waterfall Phenomenon and Figural After-effects Nature, Vol. 200, No. 4913. (28 December 1963), pp. 1345-1347, doi:10.1038/2001345a0 by Horace B. Barlow, Richard M. Hill
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    keywords = {biology, retina, visual, visual-processing},
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    title = {Evidence for a Physiological Explanation of the Waterfall Phenomenon and Figural After-effects},
    url = {http://dx.doi.org/10.1038/2001345a0},
    volume = {200},
    year = {1963}
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There are cells in the rabbit retina which are selective of direction of motion.