Hamilton G A, Wilson S, Goddard P A, 2001, "Comparison of perceptual reversals with rotating and static versions of the Necker cube" Perception 30 ECVP Abstract Supplement
Comparison of perceptual reversals with rotating and static versions of the Necker cube
G A Hamilton, S Wilson, P A Goddard
Apparent changes in direction-of-rotation of a Necker cube (NC) signify perceptual reversals (PRs) equivalent to perspective reversals experienced when viewing a static NC. Rotations of 20 turns min-1 generate the same number of PRs as the static NC (Gorea and Agonie, 1997 Vision Research 37 2195 - 2206). We wanted to know if the pattern of reversals during an observation interval would also be the same. For the static form the rate of PRs increases during a fast phase and then becomes constant after 2 - 3 min during a slow phase (Borsellino et al, 1972 Kybernetik 10 139 - 144).
In our experiment, ten observers recorded PRs viewing rotating
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