Anticipatory spatial representation of natural scenes : Momentum without movement ?

@inproceedings{Intraub2002AnticipatorySR,
  title={Anticipatory spatial representation of natural scenes : Momentum without movement ?},
  author={Helene Intraub},
  year={2002}
}
Does mental representation of the immediate past contain anticipatory projections of the future? In cases of representational momentum (RM), the last remembered location of a moving object is displaced farther along its path of motion. In boundary extension (BE), the remembered view of a scene expands to include a region just outside the boundaries of the original view. Both are “errors”, yet they make remarkably good predictions about the real world. The factors affecting these phenomena, the… CONTINUE READING

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