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2002 journal article

The far-anchor effect: Errors in the perception of motion and implications for aviation safety

HUMAN FACTORS, 44(1), 133–143.

By: K. Young n, D. Mershon n & L. Hicks n

MeSH headings : Accidents, Aviation; Adolescent; Adult; Aerospace Medicine; Analysis of Variance; Data Display; Feedback; Female; Humans; Male; Motion Perception; Sex Factors; Task Performance and Analysis
TL;DR: Neither fixation instructions nor informational feedback about motion errors affected the occurrence of the basic illusion, nor did a vertical separation of the targets eliminate the main effect, indicating the robustness of the motion illusion under some relatively realistic variations. (via Semantic Scholar)
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Added: August 6, 2018

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