Apparent haptic movement View Full Text


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DATE

1966-05

AUTHORS

Carl E. Sherrick, Ronald Rogers

ABSTRACT

When as were presented with 150-Hz vibrotactile bursts at two loci on the skin of the thigh and permitted to adjust the time between burst onsets, they reported good apparent movement between the loci. The time between stimulus onsets for optimal movement was found to vary directly with the duration of the stimulus. Replication of the experiment with electrocutaneous stimuli at 1 KHz yielded similar results. Comparison of the data with results from a study of visual apparent movement revealed no difference between the two modalities for the relationship between stimulus onset intervals and stimulus duration. The significance of the results for hypotheses about the processes underlying perception of apparent movement is discussed. More... »

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175-180

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http://dx.doi.org/10.3758/bf03210054

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