Through the looking-glass: Objects in the mirror are less real
Psychonomic bulletin & review, Volume 22, Issue 4, 2014, Pages 980-986.
Mirrors Change blindness Indoor scenes Scene perception
Is an object reflected in a mirror perceived differently from an object that is seen directly? We asked observers to label "everything" in photographs of real-world scenes. Some scenes contained a mirror in which objects could be seen. Reflected objects received significantly fewer labels than did their nonreflected counterparts. If an ob...More
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