Progressive locomotor recalibration during blind walking

@article{Philbeck2008ProgressiveLR,
  title={Progressive locomotor recalibration during blind walking},
  author={John W. Philbeck and Adam J. Woods and Joeanna C. Arthur and Jennifer Todd},
  journal={Perception & Psychophysics},
  year={2008},
  volume={70},
  pages={1459-1470}
}
Blind walking has become a common measure of perceived target location. This article addresses the possibility that blind walking might vary systematically within an experimental session as participants accrue exposure to nonvisual locomotion. Such variations could complicate the interpretation of blind walking as a measure of perceived location. We measured walked distance, velocity, and pace length in indoor and outdoor environments (1.5-16.0 m target distances). Walked distance increased… CONTINUE READING

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