Grasping after a Delay Shifts Size-Scaling from Absolute to Relative Metrics

@article{Hu2000GraspingAA,
  title={Grasping after a Delay Shifts Size-Scaling from Absolute to Relative Metrics},
  author={Yongtong Hu and Melvyn A. Goodale},
  journal={Journal of Cognitive Neuroscience},
  year={2000},
  volume={12},
  pages={856-868}
}
We carried out three experiments designed to compare the effects of relative and absolute size on manual prehension and manual estimates of perceived size. In each experiment, right-handed subjects were presented with two different-sized 3-D objects in a virtual display and were instructed to pick up or estimate the size of one of them. In Experiment 1, subjects were requested to pick up the smaller one of two virtual objects under one condition and the larger one under the other condition. In… CONTINUE READING
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