Kennedy J M, 1985, "It's all done with mirrors: Proof of non-existence" Perception 14(4) 513 – 514
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It's all done with mirrors: Proof of non-existence
John M Kennedy
Received 24 January 1985, in revised form 3 March 1985
Abstract. Mirrors can show us to be absent (with minimal cognitive damage) and also can show imaginary lines to be unreal (again with little or no effect on the adjoining percept). The processes that create the subjective lines are immune to the optic information that the lines do not exist.
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