Title

Reversals in the Momentary Absence of Percepts

Document Type

Article

Publication Date

1969

Publication Title

Perceptual and Motor Skills

Volume

29

First page number:

677

Last page number:

678

Abstract

It is argued that since reversals might have often occurred during "figure-off" intervals, the theory of "satiation of orientation" proposed by Orbach, Ehrlich, and Heath (1963) might be inadequate for explaining their data on the rate of reversals of the Necker cube.

Disciplines

Cognition and Perception

Language

English

Comments

Necker cube; Perception; Reversals; Satiation theory; Visual Perception

Identifier

10.2466/pms.1969.29.2.677

Publisher Citation

Pelton, L.H. (1969). Reversals in the momentary absence of percepts. Perceptual and Motor Skills, 29, 677-678.

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