McAdie P J, Steinbach M J, 1981, "Visually induced tilt affects form perception" Perception 10(5) 525 – 530
Download citation data in RIS format
Visually induced tilt affects form perception
Patricia J McAdie, Martin J Steinbach
Received 5 January 1981
Abstract. A large visually moving field, which induces a sensation of tilting, affects the perception of form with virtually no change in the orientation of the retinal image. This effect is both quantitatively and qualitatively different from the effect of the induced tilt on a vertical line, suggesting a higher-order visual-vestibular interaction.
Full-text PDF size: 709 Kb
Your computer (IP address: 188.8.131.52) has not been recognised as being on a network authorised to view the full text or references of this article. This content is part of our deep back archive. If you are a member of a university library that has a subscription to the journal, please contact your serials librarian (subscriptions information).