Scott A. Reed

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In healthy individuals, adaptation to left-shifting prisms has been shown to simulate the symptoms of hemispatial neglect, including a reduction in global processing that approximates the local bias observed in neglect patients. The current study tested whether leftward prism adaptation can more specifically enhance local processing abilities. In three(More)
Several studies have demonstrated a dissociation of the effects of illusion on perception and action, with perception generally reported to be susceptible to illusions, while actions are seemingly immune. These findings have been interpreted to support Milner and Goodale's Two Visual Systems model, which proposes the existence of separate visual processing(More)
Previous work has demonstrated that two separate components of the systemizing trait of autism differentially predict susceptibility to the mechanisms that drive the Rod-and-Frame illusion, with an Analytical Tendencies factor associated with reduced reliance on global cues, and an Insistence on Sameness factor associated with increased susceptibility to(More)
When a visual cue is presented in the context of a large rectangle shifted laterally from an observer’s midline, its location is perceived to be shifted in the opposite direction (a phenomenon known as the induced Roelofs effect, a variant of an illusion first discovered by Roelofs, 1936). However, movements made immediately to the cue are accurate(More)
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