Effect of stationary objects on illusory forward self-motion induced by a looming display.

Abstract:

:It has previously been shown that when a moving and a stationary display are superimposed, illusory self-rotation (circular vection) is induced only when the moving display appears as the background. Three experiments are reported on the extent to which illusory forward self-motion (forward vection) induced by a looming display is inhibited by a superimposed stationary display as a function of the size and location of the stationary display and of the depth between the stationary and looming displays. Results showed that forward vection was controlled by the display that was perceived as the background, and background stationary displays suppressed forward vection by about the same amount whatever their size and eccentricity. Also, the perception of foreground-background properties of competing displays determined which controlled forward vection, and this control was not tied to specific depth cues. The inhibitory effect of a stationary background on forward vection was, however, weaker than that found with circular vection. This difference makes sense because, for forward body motion, the image of a distant scene is virtually stationary whereas, when the body rotates, it is not.

journal_name

Perception

journal_title

Perception

authors

Ohmi M,Howard IP

doi

10.1068/p170005

subject

Has Abstract

pub_date

1988-01-01 00:00:00

pages

5-11

issue

1

eissn

0301-0066

issn

1468-4233

journal_volume

17

pub_type

杂志文章
  • Moving stimuli define the shape of stationary chromatic patterns.

    abstract::A study is reported of phenomena involved in perceptually unified organisation of a stationary chromatic pattern and a moving black outline or dot pattern. When the corners of the outline pattern were temporally oscillated on a stationary chromatic square, the chromatic border appeared to follow the moving outline, as...

    journal_title:Perception

    pub_type: 杂志文章

    doi:10.1068/p261413

    authors: Goda N,Ejima Y

    更新日期:1997-01-01 00:00:00

  • Visual word expertise: a study of inversion and the word-length effect, with perceptual transforms.

    abstract::The word-length effect may indicate whether reading is proceeding in an efficient whole-word fashion or by serial letter processing. If it is an index of an orientation-dependent expert reading mechanism, then it should show an inversion effect, with a large difference between upright and upside-down text that is spec...

    journal_title:Perception

    pub_type: 杂志文章

    doi:10.1068/p7698

    authors: Björnström LE,Hills C,Hanif H,Barton JJ

    更新日期:2014-01-01 00:00:00

  • Perceptual compromise between apparent and veridical motion indices: the unchained-dots illusion.

    abstract::A new motion illusion based on dot-trajectory misperception is presented. The illusory effect can not be explained by the aperture problem unlike some previous illusions characterised by misperception of motion direction. We propose an explanation in terms of 'perceptual compromise' between an original type of apparen...

    journal_title:Perception

    pub_type: 杂志文章

    doi:10.1068/p6678

    authors: Gori S,Giora E,Stubbs DA

    更新日期:2010-01-01 00:00:00

  • Interactive processes in matching identity and expressions of unfamiliar faces: evidence for mutual facilitation effects.

    abstract::We investigated the interactions between matching identity and expressions of unfamiliar faces. In experiment 1, participants matched expressions in frontal and in oblique views, while we manipulated facial identity. In experiment 2, participants matched identity in frontal and in oblique views, while facial expressio...

    journal_title:Perception

    pub_type: 杂志文章

    doi:10.1068/p5925

    authors: Levy Y,Bentin S

    更新日期:2008-01-01 00:00:00

  • The role of the centre of projection in the estimation of slant from texture of planar surfaces.

    abstract::Displays were presented consisting of a perspective projection of a regular square grid, made up of vertical and horizontal equally spaced white lines, that was slanted in depth. The surface was viewed monocularly, through a circular aperture. A range of slants was shown (0 degree, 10 degrees, 20 degrees, 30 degrees, ...

    journal_title:Perception

    pub_type: 杂志文章

    doi:10.1068/p3002

    authors: Tibau S,Willems B,Van den Bergh E,Wagemans J

    更新日期:2001-01-01 00:00:00

  • Learning to see stereokinetic effects.

    abstract::The Saturn illusion is a stereokinetic effect that occurs when a flat pattern composed of a full ellipse with two symmetrical semirings is rotated slowly in the frontoparallel plane. Subjects report seeing an egg-shaped object inserted into a circular ring, and the two objects move solidly into 3-D space as a single r...

    journal_title:Perception

    pub_type: 杂志文章

    doi:10.1068/p160187

    authors: Bressan P,Vallortigara G

    更新日期:1987-01-01 00:00:00

  • The influence of aperture surfaces on the barber-pole illusion.

    abstract::The magnitude of the barber-pole illusion is measured as a function of the contrast, orientation, and phase difference between the moving 'barber-pole' grating and a moving 'surround' grating that forms the aperture surface. It is found that as the difference between the barber-pole grating and the surround grating in...

    journal_title:Perception

    pub_type: 杂志文章

    doi:10.1068/p260141

    authors: Mussap AJ,Te Grotenhuis K

    更新日期:1997-01-01 00:00:00

  • Visual information and skill level in time-to-collision estimation.

    abstract::Previous studies on the visual origin of time-to-collision (Tc) information have demonstrated that Tc estimates can be based solely on the processing of target expansion rate (optic variable tau). But in the simulated situations used (film clips), there was little reliable information on speed (owing to reduced periph...

    journal_title:Perception

    pub_type: 杂志文章

    doi:10.1068/p170623

    authors: Cavallo V,Laurent M

    更新日期:1988-01-01 00:00:00

  • The AMBEGUJAS phenomenon and colour constancy.

    abstract::The AMBEGUJAS phenomenon is a reversible flat figure that is spontaneously shifting between two apparent 3-D shapes-'tile' and 'roof'. 2-D perceptions have very rarely been reported. Tied to the shifts between the tile and roof shapes are remarkable changes of perceived colour. In our example, the tile appears to have...

    journal_title:Perception

    pub_type: 杂志文章,评审

    doi:10.1068/p5126

    authors: Bergström SS

    更新日期:2004-01-01 00:00:00

  • Prosopagnosia in biographies and autobiographies.

    abstract::Prosopagnosia is a selective impairment of the visual learning and recognition of faces. The congenital type, which is not accompanied by detectable brain damage or malformation, was recently found to be far more common than previously known. Therefore, one should expect that at least a few biographies or autobiograph...

    journal_title:Perception

    pub_type: 杂志文章

    doi:10.1068/p5716

    authors: Grüter T,Grüter M

    更新日期:2007-01-01 00:00:00

  • Revisitation of the family tie between Münsterberg and Taylor-Woodhouse illusions.

    abstract::Some observations suggest that, contrary to Taylor and Woodhouse's assumption, a strong relationship exists between the Taylor-Woodhouse and Münsterberg distortion illusions. An attempt is made to show that each of the major explanations put forward to account for the occurrence of the Münsterberg effect suits the Tay...

    journal_title:Perception

    pub_type: 杂志文章

    doi:10.1068/p140579

    authors: Bressan P

    更新日期:1985-01-01 00:00:00

  • Route navigating without place recognition: what is recognised in recognition-triggered responses?

    abstract::The use of landmark information in a route-navigation task has been investigated in a virtual environment. After learning a route, subjects were released at intermediate points along the route and asked to indicate the next movement direction required to continue the route. At each decision point, three landmarks were...

    journal_title:Perception

    pub_type: 杂志文章

    doi:10.1068/p2865

    authors: Mallot HA,Gillner S

    更新日期:2000-01-01 00:00:00

  • Do You Hear More Piano or Drum Sounds? An Auditory Version of the Solitaire Illusion.

    abstract::The solitaire illusion is an illusion of numerosity proposed by Frith and Frith. In the original version, an apparent number of elements was determined by the spatial arrangement of two kinds of elements (black and white marbles). In our study, an auditory version of the solitaire illusion was demonstrated. Participan...

    journal_title:Perception

    pub_type: 杂志文章

    doi:10.1177/0301006616672580

    authors: Prpic V,Luccio R

    更新日期:2016-12-01 00:00:00

  • A new random-dot stereo illusion and its application to the Anstis-Howard-Rogers effect.

    abstract::When the dynamic visual noise of an untuned television set is viewed with image defocusing (positive lenses) and with a narrow vertical obstruction partially blocking the pupil of one eye, the video 'snow' seems to separate into two stable surfaces at different depths, divided by a vertical discontinuity. The main fea...

    journal_title:Perception

    pub_type: 杂志文章

    doi:10.1068/p130547

    authors: Enright JT

    更新日期:1984-01-01 00:00:00

  • Apparent motion and the Pulfrich effect.

    abstract::The Pulfrich pendulum effect, obtained by viewing a moving object with a filter over one eye, was examined with target stimuli in apparent, rather than continuous, motion. The filter-induced depth effect persisted until a certain degree of intermittency in the presentations of the target was reached, and then it broke...

    journal_title:Perception

    pub_type: 历史文章,杂志文章

    doi:10.1068/p040003

    authors: Morgan MJ,Thompson P

    更新日期:1975-01-01 00:00:00

  • The Clay Hand Illusion and the Embodiment of Unfeasible Objects.

    abstract::In an artistic exploration, clay hands and nonhand-like, unfeasible clay objects were created by the participant and used to perform an alternative version of the rubber hand illusion. Most participants felt ownership even over these unfeasible objects, raising questions about the embodied experience of objects that w...

    journal_title:Perception

    pub_type: 杂志文章

    doi:10.1177/0301006620948502

    authors: Hall A,Poliakoff E

    更新日期:2020-09-01 00:00:00

  • Texture discrimination at the cyclopean retina.

    abstract::One of the open questions within the study of texture discrimination is whether the underlying neural mechanisms are located within the two monocular pathways, or whether they are located at more central areas that process binocular information. This question is considered here in psychophysical experiments of texture...

    journal_title:Perception

    pub_type: 杂志文章

    doi:10.1068/p240771

    authors: Pérez-Martínez D

    更新日期:1995-01-01 00:00:00

  • Obliquity integration: variations on a theme of Delboeuf.

    abstract::An optical-geometrical illusion, described by Delboeuf and not familiar to specialists, is investigated. The results of two experiments show that the divergence between a bar filled with parallel slanting lines and a line drawn above it is clearly related to this angle of the lines which fill the bar. The illusion is ...

    journal_title:Perception

    pub_type: 杂志文章

    doi:10.1068/p220705

    authors: Vicario GB,Vidotto G,Zambianchi E

    更新日期:1993-01-01 00:00:00

  • Increasing reading speed by using colours: issues concerning reliability and specificity, and their theoretical and practical implications.

    abstract::By using techniques for precision ophthalmic tinting, individuals who report perceptual distortion of text can often find a colour of illumination that eliminates the distortions and increases reading speed. Most individuals choose green or blue hues, but there is considerable variability. We investigated how specific...

    journal_title:Perception

    pub_type: 杂志文章

    doi:10.1068/p5045

    authors: Wilkins AJ,Sihra N,Myers A

    更新日期:2005-01-01 00:00:00

  • Coloured overlays, text, and texture.

    abstract::In four studies children were asked to read aloud a passage of randomly ordered common words with and without a coloured sheet of plastic (overlay) placed upon the page. The children's rate of reading increased with the overlay, for some children more than for others. The children were also asked to undertake a test o...

    journal_title:Perception

    pub_type: 杂志文章

    doi:10.1068/p2761

    authors: Wilkins A,Lewis E

    更新日期:1999-01-01 00:00:00

  • Comparison at a distance.

    abstract::The visual system is known to contain hard-wired mechanisms that compare the values of a given stimulus attribute at adjacent positions in the visual field; but how are comparisons performed when the stimuli are not adjacent? We ask empirically how well a human observer can compare two stimuli that are separated in th...

    journal_title:Perception

    pub_type: 杂志文章,多中心研究

    doi:10.1068/p3393

    authors: Danilova MV,Mollon JD

    更新日期:2003-01-01 00:00:00

  • Slant underestimation: a model based on the size of the viewing aperture.

    abstract::By analyzing the projection plane in terms of the projected size of different elements on a surface, it is shown how the direction of the perpendicular, from the station point to the surface, is an important variable in the derivation of the slant angle. It is also shown that the test surfaces used in traditional slan...

    journal_title:Perception

    pub_type: 杂志文章

    doi:10.1068/p090285

    authors: Perrone JA

    更新日期:1980-01-01 00:00:00

  • Timing accuracy in motion extrapolation: reverse effects of target size and visible extent of motion at low and high speeds.

    abstract::By varying target size, speed, and extent of visible motion we examined the timing accuracy in motion extrapolation. Small or large targets (0.2 or 0.8 deg) moved at either 2.5, 5, or 10 deg s(-1) across a horizontal path (2.5 or 10 deg) and then vanished behind an occluder. Observers responded when they judged that t...

    journal_title:Perception

    pub_type: 杂志文章

    doi:10.1068/p3397

    authors: Sokolov A,Pavlova M

    更新日期:2003-01-01 00:00:00

  • Are the responses generated during a psychophysical task independent of previously presented stimuli or do they depend on earlier stimulus presentations?

    abstract::Quinn and Watt (2006 Perception 35 267-280) showed that the optimal tempi for pieces of music (ie the appropriate speed for a melody) vary from melody to melody. The current study tested if such tempi responses depend on previous stimulus presentations. To do this, we ran a many-participants single-presentation versio...

    journal_title:Perception

    pub_type: 评论,杂志文章

    doi:10.1068/p7127

    authors: Quinn SC,Watt RJ

    更新日期:2012-01-01 00:00:00

  • An investigation of trained neural networks from a neurophysiological perspective.

    abstract::The application of theoretical neural networks to preprocessed images was investigated with the aim of developing a computational recognition system. The neural networks were trained by means of a back-propagation algorithm, to respond selectively to computer-generated bars and edges. The receptive fields of the train...

    journal_title:Perception

    pub_type: 杂志文章

    doi:10.1068/p180793

    authors: Moorhead IR,Haig ND,Clement RA

    更新日期:1989-01-01 00:00:00

  • Perceptual linkage of multiple objects rotating in depth.

    abstract::When multiple objects rotate in depth, they are frequently perceived to rotate in the same direction even when perspective information signals counterrotation. Three experiments are reported on this tendency to recover the rotation directions of multiple objects in a nonindependent fashion (termed rotational linkage)....

    journal_title:Perception

    pub_type: 杂志文章

    doi:10.1068/p180427

    authors: Eby DW,Loomis JM,Solomon EM

    更新日期:1989-01-01 00:00:00

  • Embodied Interaction Priority: Other's Body Part Affects Numeral-Space Mappings.

    abstract::Traditionally, the spatial-numerical association of response codes (SNARC) effect was presented in two-choice condition, in which only one individual reacted to both even (small) and odd (large) numbers. Few studies explored SNARC effect in a social situation. Moreover, there are many reference frames involved in SNAR...

    journal_title:Perception

    pub_type: 杂志文章

    doi:10.1177/0301006618765556

    authors: You X,Zhang Y,Zhu R,Guo Y

    更新日期:2018-05-01 00:00:00

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

    abstract::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 movin...

    journal_title:Perception

    pub_type: 杂志文章

    doi:10.1068/p3172

    authors: Nijhawan R

    更新日期:2001-01-01 00:00:00

  • Apparent velocity of motion aftereffects in central and peripheral vision.

    abstract::Adapting to a drifting grating (temporal frequency 4 Hz, contrast 0.4) in the periphery gave rise to a motion aftereffect (MAE) when the grating was stopped. A standard unadapted foveal grating was matched to the apparent velocity of the MAE, and the matching velocity was approximately constant regardless of the visua...

    journal_title:Perception

    pub_type: 杂志文章

    doi:10.1068/p150603

    authors: Wright MJ

    更新日期:1986-01-01 00:00:00

  • Action in perception? Empirical and philosophical arguments against the enactive approach to perception.

    abstract::This paper focuses on the epistemic conditions of visual perception, ie it concentrates on the question of what kind of knowledge is required for us in order to be able to see colours and shapes as spatial properties of things. According to contemporary theories of sensory perception that follow the tradition of Georg...

    journal_title:Perception

    pub_type: 杂志文章

    doi:10.1068/p5878

    authors: Schumacher R

    更新日期:2008-01-01 00:00:00