How visual perception of the inside of things creates the impossible dovetail
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SourceI-Perception, 11, 5, (2020), article 2041669520960494
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SubjectAction, intention, and motor control
Here, we consider a well-known wooden puzzle known as the impossible dovetail. We argue that an intriguing form of amodal completion, dealing with spontaneous interpretations of the inside of objects is the key to understanding why people find it difficult to see how the impossible dovetail is indeed possible.
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