Tyler C W, 1975, "Stereoscopic tilt and size aftereffects" Perception 4(2) 187 – 192
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Stereoscopic tilt and size aftereffects
Christopher W Tyler
Received 9 August 1974
Abstract. Adaptation to a random-dot stereograting with no monocularly visible contours produces a tilt aftereffect in a briefly-viewed test stereograting. The effect is maximal for adapting orientation at ± 20 - 30° from the test orientation. Similarly, the perceived spatial frequency of a stereograting is altered by adaptation to a stereograting of adjacent spatial frequencies.
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