Kinetic occlusion by apparent movement.

Abstract

A small square and a large triangle below it were presented in the first frame. These were switched off and replaced by a triangle alone in the second frame, shifted horizontally and upwards. The triangle appeared to move obliquely, as expected, but most observers also saw the square moving horizontally and hiding behind the triangle, although there was no… (More)

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