Head orientation influences the perceived tilt of global motion. Guterman, P. & Allison, R. S. In Canadian Society for Brain, Behaviour and Cognitive Science 24th Annual Meeting (CSBBCS), CANADIAN JOURNAL OF EXPERIMENTAL PSYCHOLOGY, volume 68, pages 306. 2014.
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Aubert's (1861, Arch Pathol Anat, 20: 381-393) finding that a vertical line is perceived as tilted in tilted observers (``A-effect'') was tested using moving stimuli. Observers judged the tilt of a line and global motion while standing or laying on side. Postural effects were consistent with the A-effect, and when lying down shifts in the point of subjective equality were significantly smaller for motion (95%CI: 2D = -11.49 +/- 5.86 deg., 3D= -17.08 +/- 4.77 deg.) than the line (95%CI: -23 +/- 4.76 deg.). Findings will be discussed in terms of their implications for sensory integration.
@incollection{Guterman:2014fk,
	Abstract = {Aubert's (1861, Arch Pathol Anat, 20: 381-393) finding that a vertical line is perceived as tilted in tilted observers (``A-effect'') was tested using moving stimuli. Observers judged the tilt of a line and global motion while standing or laying on side. Postural effects were consistent with the A-effect, and when lying down shifts in the point of subjective equality were significantly smaller for motion (95\%CI: 2D = -11.49 +/- 5.86 deg., 3D= -17.08 +/- 4.77 deg.) than the line (95\%CI: -23 +/- 4.76 deg.). Findings will be discussed in terms of their implications for sensory integration.},
	Annote = {Ryerson July 3-5, 2014

24TH ANNUAL MEETING
RYERSON UNIVERSITY
JULY 3RD -- JULY 5TH 2014
TORONTO, ONTARIO
68
Issue
4
Pages
306-306},
	Author = {Guterman, P.S. and Allison, R. S.},
	Booktitle = {Canadian Society for Brain, Behaviour and Cognitive Science 24th Annual Meeting (CSBBCS), CANADIAN JOURNAL OF EXPERIMENTAL PSYCHOLOGY},
	Date-Added = {2014-08-14 17:10:17 +0000},
	Date-Modified = {2015-03-10 23:10:53 +0000},
	Keywords = {Optic flow & Self Motion (also Locomotion & Aviation)},
	Number = {4},
	Pages = {306},
	Title = {Head orientation influences the perceived tilt of global motion},
	Volume = {68},
	Year = {2014}}

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