Necker Cube Perspective Dominance as a Function of Retinal Disparity


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Abstract

Necker cube reversal rate and dominance of cube orientation were measured for 60 Ss under three conditions of disparity, both with and without steady fixation. Passive instructions were given. Retinal disparity increased mildly the dominance of the orientation consonant with the disparity. This effect was greater without a fixation point. Retinal disparity affected reversal rate, but the presence or absence of a fixation point did not.

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