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Perception. 2006;35(6):799-806.

Configurational coincidence among six phenomena: a comment on van Lier and Csathó (2006).

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Department of Psychology, Ritsumeikan University, Kyoto 603-8577, Japan. akitaoka@lt.ritsumei.ac.jp

Abstract

This study focuses on a configurational coincidence among six different illusions, two being motion illusions (reversed phi movement and phi movement), two being binocular stereo effects (Anstis-Rogers type and Gregory-Heard type), one being a position illusion (Gregory-Heard illusion), and one being an orientation illusion (Café-Wall-like tilt illusion). The stimuli of these six illusions or effects share the same configuration, in which a thin region is flanked by thick regions of different luminances. A phenomenological comparison is conducted with the use of dynamic demonstrations as well as static ones. In particular, the reversed phi movement is extensively discussed.

PMID:
16836045
DOI:
10.1068/p5319b
[Indexed for MEDLINE]
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