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Phenomenal competition for poses of the human head



Phenomenal competition for poses of the human head



Perception 25(3): 367-368



We show a cylindrical projection of the human head. This projection is ambiguous with respect to head pose. Viewing such a projection produces perceptual competition for a few discrete views.

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PMID: 8804100

DOI: 10.1068/p250367


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