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Spatial distortion occurs when an organisms normal spatial perception is affected. This can be experimentally produced in various sensory modalities.

Experimental spatial distortion in visionEdit

Spatial distortion can be produced by the use of lenses, prisms, mirrors etc

Use of visual illusionsEdit

Experimental spatial distortion in hearingEdit

Spatial distortion can be produced by manipulating the input to the ears, for example by the left right inversion.

Experimental spatial distortion in the haptic senseEdit

Effects of drug useEdit

Spatial distortion can occur as a result of drug use.

Effects of mental disordersEdit

Spatial distortion can occur in mental illness. In schizophrenia for example visual hallucinations can have an impact.


Effects of physical illnessEdit

Spatial distortions can be a symptom of a vestibular disorder.

See alsoEdit

ReferencesEdit

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