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In perceptual constancy, distance constancy refers to the relationship between apparent distance and physical distance.[1]

An example of this would be the moon - when it is near the horizon it is perceived as larger (size constancy) and/or closer to earth than when it is above our heads.


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  1. (Kuroda 1971, pp. 199–219)

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