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Vertical-horizontal illusion present for sighted but not early blind humans using auditory substitution of vision.

Bibliographic reference Renier, Laurent ; Bruyer, Raymond ; De Volder, Anne. Vertical-horizontal illusion present for sighted but not early blind humans using auditory substitution of vision.. In: Perception & psychophysics, Vol. 68, no. 4, p. 535-542 (2006)
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