Porac C, Coren S, Girgus J S, Verde M, 1979, "Visual-geometric illusions: unisex phenomena" Perception 8(4) 401 – 412
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Visual-geometric illusions: unisex phenomena
Clare Porac, Stanley Coren, Joan S Girgus, Mickey Verde
Received 4 September 1978, in revised form 19 January 1979
Abstract. The possibility of sex differences in responses to visual-geometric illusions was investigated with the use of forty-five illusion variants and a sample of 221 observers. No difference in illusion magnitude as a function of sex was found. A second experiment measured illusion decrement and transfer of decrement to other illusion configurations. Again there were no significant differences between male and female observers.
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