Humans use stereo and haptic distance cues to improve physical object size estimates

Battaglia P, Ernst MO, Schrater P, Di Luca M, Machulla T, Kersten D (2008)
Journal of Vision 8(6).

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Battaglia P, Ernst MO, Schrater P, Di Luca M, Machulla T, Kersten D. Humans use stereo and haptic distance cues to improve physical object size estimates. Journal of Vision. 2008;8(6).
Battaglia, P., Ernst, M. O., Schrater, P., Di Luca, M., Machulla, T., & Kersten, D. (2008). Humans use stereo and haptic distance cues to improve physical object size estimates. Journal of Vision, 8(6).
Battaglia, P., Ernst, M. O., Schrater, P., Di Luca, M., Machulla, T., and Kersten, D. (2008). Humans use stereo and haptic distance cues to improve physical object size estimates. Journal of Vision 8.
Battaglia, P., et al., 2008. Humans use stereo and haptic distance cues to improve physical object size estimates. Journal of Vision, 8(6).
P. Battaglia, et al., “Humans use stereo and haptic distance cues to improve physical object size estimates”, Journal of Vision, vol. 8, 2008.
Battaglia, P., Ernst, M.O., Schrater, P., Di Luca, M., Machulla, T., Kersten, D.: Humans use stereo and haptic distance cues to improve physical object size estimates. Journal of Vision. 8, (2008).
Battaglia, P, Ernst, Marc O., Schrater, P, Di Luca, M, Machulla, T, and Kersten, D. “Humans use stereo and haptic distance cues to improve physical object size estimates”. Journal of Vision 8.6 (2008).
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