Draft version of manuscript IN PRESS in the Journal of Experimental Psychology : Human Perception and Performance The Perception of Visual Speed While Moving

@inproceedings{Durgin2005DraftVO,
  title={Draft version of manuscript IN PRESS in the Journal of Experimental Psychology : Human Perception and Performance The Perception of Visual Speed While Moving},
  author={Frank H. Durgin and Krista Gigone and Rebecca Scott},
  year={2005}
}
During self-motion, the world normally appears stationary. In part, this may be due to reductions in visual motion signals during self-motion. In eight experiments using magnitude estimation to characterize changes in visual speed perception as a result of biomechanical self-motion alone (treadmill walking), physical translation alone (passive transport) and both biomechanical self-motion and physical translation together (walking), shows that each factor alone produces subtractive reductions… CONTINUE READING