The Ponzo Illusion with Auditory Substitution of Vision in Sighted and Early-Blind Subjects

@article{Renier2005ThePI,
  title={The Ponzo Illusion with Auditory Substitution of Vision in Sighted and Early-Blind Subjects},
  author={L. Renier and C. Laloyaux and O. Collignon and D. Tranduy and A. Vanlierde and R. Bruyer and A. D. De Volder},
  journal={Perception},
  year={2005},
  volume={34},
  pages={857 - 867}
}
  • L. Renier, C. Laloyaux, +4 authors A. D. De Volder
  • Published 2005
  • Psychology, Medicine
  • Perception
  • We tested the effects of using a prosthesis for substitution of vision with audition (PSVA) on sensitivity to the Ponzo illusion. The effects of visual experience on the susceptibility to this illusion were also assessed. In one experiment, both early-blind and blindfolded sighted volunteers used the PSVA to explore several variants of the Ponzo illusion as well as control stimuli. No effects of the illusion were observed. The results indicate that subjects focused their attention on the two… CONTINUE READING
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