Overall subjects reported that the stimulus to the left eye was significantly larger than that presented to the right eye. There was no association with eye dominance, and therefore the Coren and Porac finding could not be repeated.
There was however a very significant association with handedness, left-handed subjects tending to report that the stimulus in the right eye looked larger, and right-handed subjects reporting that the stimulus in the left eye looked larger.
Objects look different sizes in the right and left eyes, C. McManus and Julia Tomlinson (University College London, UK), Laterality: Asymmetries of Body, Brain, and Cognition, 9(3) / July 2004, pp: 245 - 265.
через 20 лет, таким образом, всё получилось с точностью до наоборот; вот и верь после этого "науке"-психологии.
нет-нет, только психотехники, и только на жёстких контрактах.