The flash-lag phenomenon: object motion and eye movements.

@article{Nijhawan2001TheFP,
  title={The flash-lag phenomenon: object motion and eye movements.},
  author={Romi Nijhawan},
  journal={Perception},
  year={2001},
  volume={30 3},
  pages={263-82}
}
An object flashed briefly in a given location, the moment another moving object arrives in the same location, is perceived by observers as lagging behind the moving object (flash-lag effect). Does the flash-lag effect occur if the retinal image of the moving object is rendered stationary by smooth pursuit of the moving object? Does the flash-lag effect occur if the retinal image of a stationary object is caused to move by smooth-pursuit eye movements? A disk was briefly flashed in the center of… CONTINUE READING

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