Integration across time determines path deviation discrimination for moving objects

David Whitaker, Dennis M. Levi, Graeme J. Kennedy

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Human vision is vital in determining our interaction with the outside world. In this study we characterize our ability to judge changes in the direction of motion of objects–a common task which can allow us either to intercept moving objects, or else avoid them if they pose a threat. Observers were presented with objects which moved across a computer monitor on a linear path until the midline, at which point they changed their direction of motion, and observers were required to judge the direction of change. In keeping with the variety of objects we encounter in the real world, we varied characteristics of the moving stimuli such as velocity, extent of motion path and the object size.

Original languageEnglish
Pages (from-to)e1930
JournalPLoS ONE
Issue number4
Publication statusPublished - Apr 2008


  • moving objects
  • vision sciences


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