David Burr

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We report here two cases of two young diplegic patients with cystic periventricular leukomalacia who systematically, and with high sensitivity, perceive translational motion of a random-dot display in the opposite direction. The apparent inversion was specific for translation motion: Rotation and expansion motion were perceived correctly, with normal(More)
We performed an experiment with the humanoid robot iCub to evaluate the relevance of the statistical context in interactive and non-interactive scenarios. We measured the central tendency, i.e. how much the perceptual estimate of the length of a stimulus is influenced by the previously presented lengths. In two conditions the stimulation was exactly the(More)
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