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J M Wolfe, K M O'Connell; Fatigue and structural change: two consequences of visual pattern adaptation.. Invest. Ophthalmol. Vis. Sci. 1986;27(4):538-543.
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In a tilt aftereffect (TAE) paradigm, 2 min of adaptation produced an aftereffect that decayed almost completely within 4 min. Four minutes of adaptation produced a TAE that lasted more than 2 wk. Two modes of adaptation contribute to the TAE and account for other aftereffects: short-term fatigue, produced very quickly and long-term structural change, requiring more extended adaptation.
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