Behavioural-analytical studies of the role of head movements in depth perception in insects, birds and mammals.

  • Karl Kral
  • Published 2003 in Behavioural processes


In this review, studies of the role of head movements in generating motion parallax which is used in depth perception are examined. The methods used and definitiveness of the results vary with the animal groups studied. In the case of insects, studies which quantify motor outputs have provided clear evidence that motion parallax evoked by head movements is… (More)


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