Dual adaptation of apparent concomitant motion contingent on head rotation frequency.

@article{Post1998DualAO,
  title={Dual adaptation of apparent concomitant motion contingent on head rotation frequency.},
  author={Robert B. Post and Robert B. Welch},
  journal={Perception & psychophysics},
  year={1998},
  volume={60 5},
  pages={821-5}
}
Perceived movement of a stationary visual stimulus during head motion was measured before and after adaptation intervals during which participants performed voluntary head oscillations while viewing a moving spot. During these intervals, participants viewed the spot stimulus moving alternately in the same direction as the head was moving during either .25- or 2.0-Hz oscillations, and then in the opposite direction as the head at the other of the two frequencies. Postadaptation measures… CONTINUE READING