Learned stimulation in space and motion perception.

  title={Learned stimulation in space and motion perception.},
  author={Hans Wallach},
  journal={The American psychologist},
  volume={40 4},
In the perception of distance, depth, and visual motion, a single property is often represented by two or more stimuli. Two instances of such redundant stimulation are discussed. (a) the various stimuli that represent visual motion and (b) the two forms of stimulation by which binocular parallax evokes stereoscopic depth perception. In the case of visual motion, simultaneous operation of redundant stimulation has unexpected consequences and raises interesting problems. Experiments are briefly… CONTINUE READING


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