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The effect of convergence on the perceived size of a light disk presented against a dark background was investigated by means of a projector stereoscope with polarizing filters. The results obtained with four subjects indicate that the logarithm of matched size decreases linearly as the...
Four experiments are reported which involved the adjustment of two points of light in an otherwise dark room to the visual vertical. In the first two experiments different point separations (corresponding to visual angles of about 2° and 23°) were employed in an attempt to control the degree of...
In this paper some implications of the pulse generator model of time perception have been tested. In the case of serial (re)production of an interval a lengthening effect occurs. Generally, this phenomenon is explained by assuming that the time-keeper is driven by the state of general...
Shifts in reaching for a visible target in part will transfer to the contralateral hand. The transfer has a continuous time deley, that is the shift in the not adapted hand will still rise while it is already declining in the adapted hand.
The influence of the factors semantic implication and animateness of the subject of the sentence upon the recall of the different forms of negation: negation of the subject (SV), negation of the predicate (PV) and negation of the object (OV) was investigated. It was found that the forms of...
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