Wondering about the wandering cyclopean eye

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Arguments against recent claims (Erkelens, Muijs and van Ee (1996). Vision Research, 36, 2141-2147; Mansfield and Legge (1996). Vision Research, 36, 27-41. (1997), Vision Research, 37, 1610-1613) that the position of the cyclopean eye is stimulus specific are presented. Critical to these arguments are the differences between relative and absolute visual direction tasks (Howard (1982). Human visual orientation. Wiley, New York; Ono and Mapp (1995). A restatement and modification of Wells-Hering's laws of visual direction. Perception, 24, 237-252), and between physical and perceptual descriptions of visual direction (Ono, Ohtsuka and Lillakas (1998). Proceedings of the international workshop on advances in research on visual cognition, Tsukuba, Japan (pp. 125-136); Ono and Lillakas (1997). Proceedings of the fourth international display workshop, Nagoya, Japan (pp. 831-834)).

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Mapp, A. P., & Ono, H. (1999). Wondering about the wandering cyclopean eye. Vision Research. Elsevier Ltd. https://doi.org/10.1016/S0042-6989(98)00278-8

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