Clement R A, 1992, "Gaze angle explanations of the induced effect" Perception 21(3) 355 – 357
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Gaze angle explanations of the induced effect
Richard A Clement
Received 15 June 1990, in revised form 3 August 1991
Abstract. Mayhew and Longuet-Higgins formulated a computational explanation of the induced effect which successfully predicts the conditions under which the induced effect will occur. Underlying their theories are the assumptions that disparity information is separated into horizontal and vertical components and that the vertical disparities are used to calculate the gaze angles. An implementation of the fusional explanation introduced by Petrov makes similar predictions for the induced effect, but does not depend on these two assumptions.
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