Mysterious preferences in stereo perception
In a very simple stereo configuration, we discovered that observers exhibit strong biases. When an upper dot is presented in front of a lower dot, the depth between the dots is perceived as completely different from the depth between an upper dot behind a lower dot. We have shown that the bias cannot be explained by cyclovergence biases or the tilt of the horopter.
New paper published in QJEP !
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