Perceived path of oblique motion: horizontal-vertical and stimulus-orientation effects.

@article{Post1987PerceivedPO,
  title={Perceived path of oblique motion: horizontal-vertical and stimulus-orientation effects.},
  author={Robert B. Post and Marc Chaderjian},
  journal={Perception},
  year={1987},
  volume={16 1},
  pages={23-8}
}
Subjects adjusted the path of moving stimuli to produce apparent slopes of 45 degrees with respect to horizontal. The stimulus was either a single moving dot or a vertical or horizontal bar. In separate experiments either the stimuli were tracked or fixation was maintained on a stationary fixation target positioned 8 deg to the right of the center of… CONTINUE READING