Reduced fields of view are neither necessary nor sufficient for distance underestimation but reduce precision and may cause calibration problems

A. Loftus, Mark Arwyn Mon-Williams, S. Murphy, I. McKenna

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    Original languageEnglish
    JournalExperimental Brain Research
    Publication statusPublished - 2004

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    Reduced fields of view are neither necessary nor sufficient for distance underestimation but reduce precision and may cause calibration problems. / Loftus, A.; Mon-Williams, Mark Arwyn; Murphy, S.; McKenna, I.

    In: Experimental Brain Research, 2004.

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