DOI:10.1068/p3063 Can semantic knowledge influence motion correspondence?

@inproceedings{Yu2000DOI101068p3063CS,
  title={DOI:10.1068/p3063 Can semantic knowledge influence motion correspondence?},
  author={Karen Yu},
  year={2000}
}
Semantic factors are presumed to have little influence on motion perception. Two experiments examined the effects of an object's semantic identity on motion correspondence using the Ternus paradigm. Motion correspondence was not influenced by whether the object depicted is typically moving or stationary, but it was influenced by the way(s) in which an object's components typically move relative to one another: perceived correspondence differed depending on whether the motion tokens constituted… CONTINUE READING