Motion signals bias localization judgments : A unified 2 explanation for the flash-lag , flash-drag , flash-jump

@inproceedings{Eagleman2007MotionSB,
  title={Motion signals bias localization judgments : A unified 2 explanation for the flash-lag , flash-drag , flash-jump},
  author={David M. Eagleman and Terrence J. Sejnowski},
  year={2007}
}
13 In the flash-lag illusion, a moving object aligned with a flash is perceived to be offset in the direction of motion following the 14 flash. In the ‘‘flash-drag’’ illusion, a flash is mislocalized in the direction of nearbymotion. In the ‘‘flash-jump’’ illusion, a transient 15 change in the appearance of a moving object (e.g., color) is mislocalized in the direction of subsequent motion. Finally, in the 16 Frohlich illusion, the starting position of a suddenly appearing moving object is… CONTINUE READING
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