|Behaviour Brain Research
The Poggendorff illusion is a geometrical-optical illusion that involves the misperception of the position of one segment of a transverse line that has been interrupted by the contour of an intervening structure.
Within the same research it is possible to vary one of the four variables (input line angle, gap-size, rotation, line size). Other settings (gap-type, colors, line width,..) are fixed within the same research. At the end of the task, the results are grouped by the selected variable, and descriptive and inferential statistics for the selected variable will be calculated.
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