A further study of alternation of normal and distorted vision

Research paper by Joan E. Foley

Indexed on: 04 Nov '13Published on: 04 Nov '13Published in: Psychonomic science


Subjects responded in accordance with the apparent distance of a target, alternating between normal vision and minification. The training procedure of Foley & Abel (1967) was modified in an attempt to facilitate appearance of a phenomenon predicted by Taylor (1962). His expectation that effects and aftereffects would decline with repetition of the changes in visual condition was again not confirmed.