- reporting or pointing to flashed object location has foveal bias, esp. after a delay
- expansion flow yields more MEG response near V1 than contraction 
- superposed moving gratings in periphery with opposite directions biased foveofugally 
- motion adaptation near fovea tends to have effects throughout the visual field 
- spokes illusion 
- migraine auras usually spread foveal->peripheral, but can go opposite way. But never isoeccentric, apparently. Has any theory tried to explain this?
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