A color-contingent prism displacement aftereffect.


Observers were trained to point with feedback to red and blue dots whose images had been laterally displaced in opposite directions by a reversible prism. On pretraining and posttraining trials the red and blue dots were aligned vertically in the absence of visual orientation cues. The alignment was modified by the pointing training on the posttraining… (More)


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@article{Donderi1985ACP, title={A color-contingent prism displacement aftereffect.}, author={D. C. Donderi and Pierre Jolicoeur and Isabelle Berg and Ronan Grimes}, journal={Perception}, year={1985}, volume={14 6}, pages={691-709} }