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Study on the Visual Information Processing in Perception of Delboeuf Illusion by Visual Evoked Potential

■著者名 池田 俊(名古屋工業大学 工学研究科),船瀬 新王(名古屋工業大学 工学研究科),内匠 逸(名古屋工業大学 工学研究科)
■著者名(英語) Shun Ikeda (Graduate School of Engineering Nagoya Institute of Technology), Arao Funase (Graduate School of Engineering Nagoya Institute of Technology), Ichi Takumi (Graduate School of Engineering Nagoya Institute of Technology)
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■書籍種類 論文誌(論文単位)
■グループ名 【C】電子・情報・システム部門
■本誌 電気学会論文誌C(電子・情報・システム部門誌) Vol.144 No.5 (2024) 特集:医用・生体工学関連技術
■本誌掲載ページ 438-449ページ
■原稿種別 論文/日本語
■電子版へのリンク https://www.jstage.jst.go.jp/article/ieejeiss/144/5/144_438/_article/-char/ja/
■キーワード デルブーフ錯視,視覚誘発電位,幾何学的錯視,奥行き知覚  delboeuf illusion,visual evoked potential,geometrical optical illusion,depth perception
■要約(英語) Geometric optical illusions consist of three factors: space/position, angle/direction, and assimilation/contrast. Illusions in this category can be explained by how much each factor affects the magnitude of the illusion. Each factor affects one of the stages of human information processing: sensation, perception and cognition. However, the relationship between the factors in geometric optical illusions and the stages of human information processing remains unclear. Therefore, we aimed to clarify this relationship by analysing visual evoked potentials during Delboeuf illusion recognition. In particular, we focused on the Delboeuf illusion. In this paper, we recorded the EEG signal during the display of the Delboeuf illusion and conducted a behavioural experiment with the Delboeuf illusion. As EEG results, we observed P100, N200, P200 and N300 EEG during the recognition of the Delboeuf illusion. Significant differences were observed in each EEG with and without the Delboeuf illusion effect. In terms of behavioural results, we observed a significantly higher occurrence of the illusion during depth perception due to the Delboeuf illusion. These results suggest that the Delboeuf illusion is related to information processing in depth perception. Since the main cause of the Delboeuf illusion is assimilation/contrast, it is likely that assimilation/contrast is related to information processing in depth perception.
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