Shifts in perceived position following adaptation to visual motion

@article{Snowden1998ShiftsIP,
  title={Shifts in perceived position following adaptation to visual motion},
  author={Robert J. Snowden},
  journal={Current Biology},
  year={1998},
  volume={8},
  pages={1343-1345}
}
Where do we perceive an object to be when it is moving? Nijhawan [1] has reported that if a stationary test pattern is briefly flashed in spatial alignment with a moving one, the moving element actually appears displaced in the direction in which it is moving. Nijhawan postulates that this may be the result of a mechanism that predicts the future position of the moving element so as to compensate for the fact that the element will have moved position from the time at which the light left it to… CONTINUE READING
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