Size-distance paradox with accommodative micropsia

@article{Ono1974SizedistancePW,
  title={Size-distance paradox with accommodative micropsia},
  author={Hiroshi Ono and Paul Muter and Lance Mitson},
  journal={Perception & Psychophysics},
  year={1974},
  volume={15},
  pages={301-307}
}
Two experiments tested the hypothesis that the paradoxical relative distance judgment associated with the size-distance paradox is due to the visual system’s assuming equal linear size and perceiving a smaller angular size for the closer stimulus equal in visual angle. In Experiment I, two different sized coins were presented successively, and 16 Ss were asked to give ordinal judgments of apparent distance and apparent size. When the two coins depicted the same figures, the closer stimulus was… CONTINUE READING

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