Slow changing postural cues cancel visual field dependence on self-tilt detection.

@article{Cesare2015SlowCP,
  title={Slow changing postural cues cancel visual field dependence on self-tilt detection.},
  author={C{\'e}cile Scotto Di Cesare and Thomas Macaluso and Daniel R. Mestre and Lionel Bringoux},
  journal={Gait & posture},
  year={2015},
  volume={41 1},
  pages={198-202}
}
Interindividual differences influence the multisensory integration process involved in spatial perception. Here, we assessed the effect of visual field dependence on self-tilt detection relative to upright, as a function of static vs. slow changing visual or postural cues. To that aim, we manipulated slow rotations (i.e., 0.05° s(-1)) of the body and/or the visual scene in pitch. Participants had to indicate whether they felt being tilted forward at successive angles. Results show that… CONTINUE READING

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