17: Haptic perceptual illusions

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Rudel RG, Teuber HL (1963) Decrement of visual and haptic Müller-Lyer illusion on repeated trials: A study of crossmodal transfer. Quarterly J Exp Psychol 15: 125-131

Rudel RG, Teuber HL (1963) Discrimination of direction of line in children. J Comparative & Physiological Psychol 56: 892-898

Sanders D, Kappers AM (2007) Haptically straight lines. Perception 36: 1688-1697

Spence C, Walton M (2005) On the inability to ignore touch when responding to vision in the crossmodal congruency task. Acta Psychologica 118: 47-70

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Wong TS (1975) The respective role of limb and eye movements in the haptic and visual Müller- Lyer illusion. Quarterly J Exp Psychol 27: 659-666

Wong TS (1977) Dynamic properties of radial and tangential movements as determinants of the haptic horizontal-vertical illusion with an L figure. J Exp Psychol: Human Perception & Performance 3: 151-164

Wong TS (1979) Developmental study of a haptic illusion in relation to Piaget’s centration theory. J Exp Child Psychol 27: 489-500

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Wydoodt P, Gentaz E, Streri A (2006) Role of force cues in the haptic estimations of a virtual length. Exp Brain Res 171: 489-489