Jitter and size effects on vection are immune to experimental instructions and demands.

@article{Palmisano2004JitterAS,
  title={Jitter and size effects on vection are immune to experimental instructions and demands.},
  author={Stephen A. Palmisano and Amy Y. C. Chan},
  journal={Perception},
  year={2004},
  volume={33 8},
  pages={
          987-1000
        }
}
Both coherent perspective jitter and explicit changing-size cues have been shown to improve the vection induced by radially expanding optic flow. We examined whether these stimulus-based vection advantages could be modified by altering cognitions and/or expectations about both the likelihood of self-motion perception and the purpose of the experiment. In the main experiment, participants were randomly assigned into two groups-one where the cognitive conditions biased participants towards self… CONTINUE READING

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