Illusory motion in depth: aftereffect of adaptation to changing size.

@article{Regan1978IllusoryMI,
  title={Illusory motion in depth: aftereffect of adaptation to changing size.},
  author={David Regan and K. I. Beverley},
  journal={Vision research},
  year={1978},
  volume={18 2},
  pages={209-12}
}
After adapting to changing size by viewing a square whose dimensions increased with a ramp waveform. a subsequently-viewed test square appeared to move continuously away in depth. Adapting to decreasing sire produced the opposite aftereffect. This depth movement aftereffect could be measured by cancelling it by some unique rate of change of size. The direction of the aftereffect and the direction of the cancelling stimulus were independent of whether the adapting square or test square was of… CONTINUE READING