|MadSci Network: Neuroscience|
Here is a fascinating question related to a perception experiment conducted some years ago (sorry I have no references). The subject is given prismatic spectacles which totally invert his/her field of orientation. After a few days the subject gets so used to seeing the world upside down that things gradually appear normal. The question is "Can the subject now also read normally?" If "yes" when the spectacles are finally removed, "Can s/he read texts which are inverted?"
Re: Can inverted text be read normally?
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