Geneviève Pagé

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The Pinna illusion (Pinna & Brelstaff, 2000) consists of two concentric rings of micropatterns that appear to counter-rotate when the observer moves towards the stimulus. There have been several reports that the illusion is stronger when the retinal expansion is produced by observer self-motion than when produced on a computer screen without observer(More)
Many believe that biomechanical models and data are not sufficiently refined and validated to be used as the basis for setting 'safe' population load lifting limits. Rather, they advocate that such limits should be based on what a sample of the population demonstrate to be 'maximum acceptable weight limits' (MAWL) resulting from psychophysical tests(More)
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