A theory of phenomenal geometry and its applications.

  title={A theory of phenomenal geometry and its applications.},
  author={W C Gogel},
  journal={Perception & psychophysics},
  volume={48 2},
  • W C Gogel
  • Published 1990 in Perception & psychophysics
The geometry of perceived space (phenomenal geometry) is specified in terms of three basic factors: the perception of direction, the perception of distance or depth, and the perception of the observer's own position or motion. The apparent spatial locations of stimulus points resulting from these three factors thereupon determine the derived perceptions of size, orientation, shape, and motion. Phenomenal geometry is expected to apply to both veridical and illusory perceptions. It is applied… CONTINUE READING

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