Demonstrations in Perception (1951)

15 Feb
Director  Unknown
Producer  U.S. Naval Photographic Center
Contributors  Unknown
Length  25 Minutes
B&W/Color  B&W
UO Library Catalog description:  Presents some of the demonstrations developed by the Institute for Associated Research, Hanover, N.H., and used at Princeton University for research in perception. Some of this work is sponsored as part of the U.S. Navy’s medical research program for the study of psychiatric disorders
Call # Mc31
Genre  Educational
Rare Yes
Online  No
Copyright status  No
Physical condition Good
Oregon-related  No

Notes:

A demonstration of various optical illusions. 1951. An intertitle at the beginning and of the film states that these experiments can be used to understand psychiatric disorders.

There isn’t much about the creators other than the US Navy titlecard. Based on the knowledge found in this text of the film which I found at archive.org these experiments in perception were carried out by Adelbert Ames, Jr. at the Institute for Associated Research at Hanover, New Hampshire.

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