Haptic perception of parallelity

@inproceedings{Mier2014HapticPO,
  title={Haptic perception of parallelity},
  author={Hanneke I. van Mier},
  year={2014}
}
Research has shown that the haptic perception of o rientation is susceptible to systematic spatial bia s. Large and systematic deviations have been found in haptic par allelity matching tasks supporting a reference fram e based model. It has been suggested that the observed deviations result from the use of a frame of reference that is intermediat to an allocentric and an egocentric reference frame. The systemic bias of th e deviations seems be caused by the strong bias pro duced by the hand… CONTINUE READING

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