|Title||Visually induced self-motion sensation adapts rapidly to left-right visual reversal|
|Publication Type||Journal Article|
|Year of Publication||1980|
|Authors||Oman, C. M., O. L. Bock, and J. K. Huang|
|Date Published||Aug 8|
|MVL Report Number||80.01|
|Keywords||*Laterality, *Movement, *Visual Perception, Human, Support, U.S. Gov't, Non-P.H.S., Vision, Visual Pathways/physiology|
After 1 to 3 hours of active movement while wearing vision-reversing goggles, 9 of 12 (stationary) human subjects viewing a moving stripe display experienced a self-rotation illusion in the same direction as seen stripe motion, rather than in the opposite (normal) direction. This result indicates that the neural pathways which process visual self-rotation cues can undergo rapid adaptive modification.