Flow structure versus retinal location in the optical control of stance.

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In four experiments I examined the importance of the retinal center and periphery in the pickup of optical information for controlling stance as a function of the dynamic geometrical structure of the optical flow. All experiments were performed in a moving room so that the magnitude of compensatory sway in response to room movements could be measured. In… (More)

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@article{Stoffregen1985FlowSV, title={Flow structure versus retinal location in the optical control of stance.}, author={Thomas A. Stoffregen}, journal={Journal of experimental psychology. Human perception and performance}, year={1985}, volume={11 5}, pages={554-65} }