Eliminating the haptic oblique effect: influence of scanning incongruity and prior knowledge of the standards.

@article{Appelle1986EliminatingTH,
  title={Eliminating the haptic oblique effect: influence of scanning incongruity and prior knowledge of the standards.},
  author={S Appelle and M Countryman},
  journal={Perception},
  year={1986},
  volume={15 3},
  pages={325-9}
}
Although the oblique effect has been conceptualized as a purely visual phenomenon, recent studies report its occurrence in a haptic matching task and present the hypothesis that differences in haptic orientational sensitivity might be responsible for the results. The possibility that procedural variables could be responsible was investigated. Specifically, the effect of prior knowledge of the stimulus orientation standards and of use of bilateral haptic exploration of standard and comparison… CONTINUE READING

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