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Journal of Vision
In many visual illusions, the perceived features of an object such as its size or orientation are influenced by nearby objects. In contrast, the presence of nearby, static objects often enhances the perceived spatial location of another object. Here we present a type of visual illusion in which the presence of a static object alters another object's perceived location. Participants localized the edge of a briefly presented and masked target object. Localization was accurate when the maskeddoi:10.1167/10.7.1200 fatcat:s6esxdl6ezh43eai5ceimrt6zy