Petersik J T, Boring M, McDill M, 1982, "Correspondence strength in apparent movement as a function of short-range and long-range processes: comments on Ullman (1980)" Perception 11(6) 743 – 745
Download citation data in RIS format
Correspondence strength in apparent movement as a function of short-range and long-range processes: comments on Ullman (1980)
J Timothy Petersik, Mark Boring, Melinda McDill
Received 16 June 1982; in revised form 1 November 1982
Abstract. It is argued that correspondence strength is a joint function of the relative activity of short-range and long-range processes and not solely a function of a single correspondence process, and this puts Ullman's interpretation of his results in doubt.
Full-text PDF size: 548 Kb
Your computer (IP address: 220.127.116.11) has not been recognised as being on a network authorised to view the full text or references of this article. This content is part of our deep back archive. If you are a member of a university library that has a subscription to the journal, please contact your serials librarian (subscriptions information).