Vection in depth during treadmill walking.

@article{Ash2013VectionID,
  title={Vection in depth during treadmill walking.},
  author={April Ash and Stephen A. Palmisano and Deborah Apthorp and Robert S. Allison},
  journal={Perception},
  year={2013},
  volume={42 5},
  pages={562-76}
}
Vection has typically been induced in stationary observers (ie conditions providing visual-only information about self-motion). Two recent studies have examined vection during active treadmill walking--one reported that treadmill walking in the same direction as the visually simulated self-motion impaired vection (Onimaru et al, 2010 Journal of Vision 10(7):860), the other reported that it enhanced vection (Seno et al, 2011 Perception 40 747-750; Seno et al, 2011 Attention, Perception… CONTINUE READING
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