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Article: A Judd illusion in far-aiming: evidence of a contribution to action by vision for perception

TitleA Judd illusion in far-aiming: evidence of a contribution to action by vision for perception
Authors
KeywordsDorsal system
Far-aiming
Judd-illusion
Ventral system
Issue Date2009
PublisherSpringer Berlin / Heidelberg
Citation
Experimental Brain Research, 2009, v. 197, n. 2, p. 199-204 How to Cite?
AbstractThe present study addresses the role of vision for perception in determining the location of a target in far-aiming. Participants (N = 12) slid a disk toward a distant target embedded in illusory Judd figures. Additionally, in a perception task, participants indicated when a moving pointer reached the midpoint of the Judd figures. The number of hits, the number of misses to the left and to the right of the target, the sliding error (in mm) and perceptual judgment error (in mm) served as dependent variables. Results showed an illusory bias in sliding, the magnitude of which was comparable to the bias in the perception of target location. The determination of target location in far-aiming is thus based on relative metrics. We argue that vision for perception sets the boundary constraints for action and that within these constraints vision for action autonomously controls movement execution, but alternative accounts are discussed as well.
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Bruno N, Bernardis P, Gentilucci M (2008) Visually guided pointing, the Müller-Lyer illusion, and the functional interpretation of the dorsal-ventral split: conclusions from 33 independent studies. Neurosci Biobehav Rev 32:423–437 doi: 10.1016/j.neubiorev.2007.08.006

Crajé C, van der Kamp J, Steenbergen B (2008) The effect of the “rod-and-frame” illusion on grip planning in a sequential object manipulation task. Exp Brain Res 185:53–62 doi: 10.1007/s00221-007-1130-x

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Fleming J, Behrmann M (1998) Visuospatial neglect in normal subjects: altered spatial representations induced by a perceptual illusion. Neuropsychologia 36:469–475 doi: 10.1016/S0028-3932(97)00131-0

Ganel T, Tanzer M, Goodale MA (2008) A double dissociation between action and perception in the context of visual illusions: opposite effects of real and illusory size. Psychol Sci 19:221–225 doi: 10.1111/j.1467-9280.2008.02071.x

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Gonzalez CLR, Ganel T, Whitwell RL et al (2008) Practice makes perfect, but only with the right hand: sensitivity to perceptual illusions with awkward grasps decreases with practice in the right but not the left hand. Neuropsychologia 46:624–631 doi: 10.1016/j.neuropsychologia.2007.09.006

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Smeets JBJ, Brenner E, de Grave DDJ, Cujpers RH (2002) Illusions in action: consequences of inconsistent processing of spatial attributes. Exp Brain Res 147:135–144 doi: 10.1007/s00221-002-1185-7

van der Kamp J, Masters RSW (2008) The human Müller-Lyer illusion in goalkeeping. Percept 37:951–954 doi: 10.1068/p6010

van der Kamp J, Oudejans RDD, Savelsbergh GJP (2003) The development and learning of the visual control of movement: an ecological perspective. Inf Behav Dev 26:495–515 doi: 10.1016/j.infbeh.2003.09.002

van Doorn H, van der Kamp J, Savelsbergh GJP (2007) Grasping the Müller-Lyer illusion: the contributions of vision for perception in action. Neuropsychologia 45:1939–1947 doi: 10.1016/j.neuropsychologia.2006.11.008

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Westwood DA, Goodale MA (2003) Perceptual illusion and the real-time control of action. Spat Vis 16:243–254 doi: 10.1163/156856803322467518

 

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dc.description.abstractThe present study addresses the role of vision for perception in determining the location of a target in far-aiming. Participants (N = 12) slid a disk toward a distant target embedded in illusory Judd figures. Additionally, in a perception task, participants indicated when a moving pointer reached the midpoint of the Judd figures. The number of hits, the number of misses to the left and to the right of the target, the sliding error (in mm) and perceptual judgment error (in mm) served as dependent variables. Results showed an illusory bias in sliding, the magnitude of which was comparable to the bias in the perception of target location. The determination of target location in far-aiming is thus based on relative metrics. We argue that vision for perception sets the boundary constraints for action and that within these constraints vision for action autonomously controls movement execution, but alternative accounts are discussed as well.en_US
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