STUDIES OF ARTIFICIALLY DISTURBED SENSORY COORDINATION IN MAN.
Final scientific rept. 1 Mar 66-28 Feb 67,
INNSBRUCK UNIV (AUSTRIA) INSTITUT FUER PSYCHOLOGIE
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Contents The problem of incongruence--the S-Illusion The processing of simultaneous visual and kinesthetic signals of directional movement Comparison of successive visual and kinesthetic signals Directional judgments with a visual standard and a kinesthetic comparison object Increasing suppression of kinesthetic signals by training Kinesthetic comparison of movement directions On the dominance of vision over kinesthesis The adjustment of motor behavior to displaced vision Differences between displacements and other sources of variance Performance under different visual feedback conditions Differences between movement directions and the effect of training Differences between directions of movement Rule-learning versus specific learning Task performance under visual displacement and the problem of abilities.
- (*VISUAL PERCEPTION
- *MOTOR REACTIONS)
- VISUAL SIGNALS
- CENTRAL NERVOUS SYSTEM
- TRANSFER OF TRAINING
- SPACE PERCEPTION
- ANALYSIS OF VARIANCE