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Reduced fields of view are neither necessary nor sufficient for distance underestimation but reduce precision and may cause calibration problems.

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Watt et al. (Exp Brain Res, 2000, 135:411-416) suggested that a reduced field of view causes objects to appear closer than their physical distance. This suggestion is based on the observation that individuals terminated open-loop prehension prematurely when pretending to grasp a paper rectangle initially viewed through a reduced field of view. We tested Watt et al.'s suggestion in an open-loop pointing task. In experiment 1, 21 participants pointed at targets in three locations (20, 30 and 40...

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10.1007/s00221-004-1900-7

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Institution:
University of Oxford
Division:
MSD
Department:
Psychiatry
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Author
Journal:
Experimental brain research
Volume:
158
Issue:
3
Pages:
328-335
Publication date:
2004-10-01
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EISSN:
1432-1106
ISSN:
0014-4819
Source identifiers:
377085
Language:
English
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pubs:377085
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uuid:cd5e2b0b-f5cd-48e6-a401-fdd560f79c51
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pubs:377085
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2013-11-16

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