Master of Arts (M.A.)
Peter M Vishton
Jennifer A Stevens
This study tested the effects of a visual context illusion when it was suppressed from the subjects conscious awareness. Using a mirror stereoscope and a particular form of binocular rivalry, subjects made estimations of size with and without awareness of the presence of the illusory elements. No differences were found, suggesting that effect of the illusion may require conscious awareness and perhaps is not a product of early visual processing. Keywords: Ebbinghaus, Consciousness, CFS, Illusion
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Jones, Evan Douglas, "Testing The Unconscious Effect of Visual Context Illusions" (2016). Dissertations, Theses, and Masters Projects. Paper 1530192323.
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