Illusory position shift induced by plaid motion

@article{Hisakata2009IllusoryPS,
  title={Illusory position shift induced by plaid motion},
  author={Rumi Hisakata and Ikuya Murakami},
  journal={Vision Research},
  year={2009},
  volume={49},
  pages={2902-2910}
}
In the motion-induced position shift (MIPS), the position of a moving pattern tapered by a stationary envelope is perceived to shift in the direction of the motion. It was found that plaid motion also elicited a MIPS in the direction of global motion and this global MIPS could not be predicted by the average of the local MIPSs due to component motions. We also used a pseudo plaid pattern and again observed a global MIPS that could not be predicted by the local MIPSs due to the components of the… CONTINUE READING
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