Leguire L E, 1981, "Pursuit eye movements and the depth-movement phenomenon in dynamic visual noise" Perception 10(3) 295 – 298
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Pursuit eye movements and the depth-movement phenomenon in dynamic visual noise
Lawrence E Leguire
Received 17 September 1980, in revised form 25 March 1981
Abstract. The ability to generate voluntary pursuit eye movements in the absence of retinal-contour motion cues was assessed on the basis of observers' perceptions of depth and motion when they viewed dynamic visual noise with a filter over one eye. The results indicated that the depth-movement phenomenon yielded robust pursuit with the velocity an inverse function of filter density. These data suggest that retinal-contour motion cues are not necessary and that perceived motion is sufficient to drive pursuit.
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