Wallace M, Singer G, Mottram J, Purcell T, 1975, "Effects of exposure to a tilted room on kinesthetic postexposure responses" Perception 4(4) 447 – 451
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Effects of exposure to a tilted room on kinesthetic postexposure responses
Meredith Wallace, George Singer, Jan Mottram, Terry Purcell
Received 13 May 1975
Abstract. It has been shown earlier that visual exposure to a room tilted 22° leads to long-lasting changes in visually guided postexposure judgments of the vertical in the direction of room tilt. Data from the present experiments indicate that visual exposure to the tilted room also alters kinesthetically-guided postexposure judgments of vertical in the same direction. This change occurs in responses made by both hands regardless of whether the hand tested was used to make the judgments during the exposure phase.
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