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Journal of Vision
The viewpoint aftereffect is a perceptual illusion that, after adapting to an object/face viewed from one side (e.g., 30-to the left of center), when the same object/face is subsequently presented near the front view, the perceived viewing direction is biased in a direction opposite to that of the adapted viewpoint (e.g., 2-to the right). In this study, we measured the face viewpoint aftereffects when the adapting and the testing faces were different in identity and gender and when theirdoi:10.1167/7.13.6 pmid:17997634 fatcat:2qb4plyn2ff2bkhbbnhavpkxcm