﻿ 遮挡范式下速度对碰撞位置估计的影响

# 遮挡范式下速度对碰撞位置估计的影响The Influence of Speed on Location-To-Collision Estimation in the Occlusion Paradigm

Abstract: The estimation of Time-To-Collision was used to represent speed perception in previous studies. In this research, however, the estimation of Location-To-Collision is used to stand for speed perception and the occlusion paradigm was applied to investigate the influence of different speed on the estimation of Location-To-Collision. Participants were 30 college students from South China Normal University; data were reported by the speed perception instrument. The result indicates that the influence of speed on Location-To-Collision estimation in the occlusion paradigm is significant; the estimation of Location-To-Collision goes beyond where the spot supposed to be in high speed condition and goes within where the spot supposed to be in low speed condition. At the end of this paper, the application of the estimation of Location-To-Collision is discussed.

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