The material-weight illusion revisited.

@article{Ellis1999TheMI,
  title={The material-weight illusion revisited.},
  author={R. R. Ellis and Susan J. Lederman},
  journal={Perception & psychophysics},
  year={1999},
  volume={61 8},
  pages={1564-76}
}
Experiment 1 documents modality effects on the material-weight illusion for a low-mass object set (58.5 g). These modality effects indicate that the material-weight illusion is principally a haptically derived phenomenon: Haptically accessed material cues were both sufficient and necessary for full-strength illusions, whereas visually accessed material cues were only sufficient to generate moderate-strength illusions. In contrast, when a high-mass object set (357 g) was presented under the same… CONTINUE READING

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