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Associate Professor John A. Perrone

Research: Slant Perception

Research was initially carried out as part of my Ph.D thesis. The main aim was to model the visual slant underestimation that had been found in many slant perception experiments. The concept was extended to the problem of landing approach errors by pilots during my time as a National Research Council Associate at NASA Ames Research Center.

References:

Visual Slant Underestimation. Ph.D. thesis, University of Canterbury, (1981).

Perrone J.A. (1982). Slant underestimation: A general model. Perception,11 641-654.

Perrone J.A. (1980). Slant underestimation: A model based on the size of the viewing aperture. Perception, 9 258-302.

Perrone J.A. (1984). Visual slant misperception and the "Black-Hole" landing situation. Aviation; Space, and Environmental Medicine, 55 1020-5.

Perrone J.A. (1989). The perception of surface layout during low level flight. (NASA CP 3118) Washington, DC: National Aeronautics and Space Administration. 63-74.

Perrone J.A. & Wenderoth P. (1991) Visual slant underestimation. In Pictorial Communication. Ellis, S., Kaiser, M., & Grunwald A.(eds). Ch 33. 497-503.