Stimulus size and eccentricity in visually induced perception of horizontally translational self-motion.

@article{Nakamura1998StimulusSA,
  title={Stimulus size and eccentricity in visually induced perception of horizontally translational self-motion.},
  author={Shinji Nakamura and Shin Shimojo},
  journal={Perceptual and motor skills},
  year={1998},
  volume={87 2},
  pages={659-63}
}
The effects of the size and eccentricity of the visual stimulus upon visually induced perception of self-motion (vection) were examined with various sizes of central and peripheral visual stimulation. Analysis indicated the strength of vection increased linearly with the size of the area in which the moving pattern was presented, but there was no difference in vection strength between central and peripheral stimuli when stimulus sizes were the same. Thus, the effect of stimulus size is… CONTINUE READING