VARIATION OF THE MAGNITUDE OF THE HORIZONTAL-VERTICAL ILLUSION WITH RETINAL ECCENTRICITY.
DEFENCE RESEARCH ESTABLISHMENT TORONTO DOWNSVIEW (ONTARIO)
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The study is concerned with the effect of retinal eccentricity on the magnitude of the horizontal-vertical illusion, which is the overestimation of vertical extents relative to horizontal extents. The present study examines the question directly by presenting the usual horizontal-vertical L pattern in the near periphery. Author
- Anatomy and Physiology