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Tag: Judd Illusion

More far is more right: Manual and ocular line bisections, but not the Judd illusion, depend on radial space

Published in: Brain and Cognition, Volume 122, April 2018, 34-43 Abstract “Line bisection studies generally find a left-to-right shift in bisection bias with increasing distance between the observer and the target line, which may be explained by hemispheric differences in the processing of proximo-distal information. In the present study, the segregation between near and far space was further characterized across the motor system and contextual cues. To this aim, 20 right-handed participants were required to perform a manual bisection task of simple lines presented at three different distances (60, 90, 120 cm). Importantly, the horizontal spatial location of the line was manipulated… Read More