Size-contrast illusions deceive the eye but not the hand

@article{Aglioti1995SizecontrastID,
  title={Size-contrast illusions deceive the eye but not the hand},
  author={S. Aglioti and J. DeSouza and M. Goodale},
  journal={Current Biology},
  year={1995},
  volume={5},
  pages={679-685}
}
BACKGROUND When we reach out to pick up an object, not only do we direct our moving limb towards the location of the object, but the opening between our fingers and thumb is scaled in flight to the object's size. Evidence obtained from patients with neurological disorders has shown that the visual processing underlying the calibration of grip aperture and other movement parameters during grasping is mediated by visual mechanisms located in the cerebral cortex that are quite distinct from those… Expand
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