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Recently Herwig et al. (2015) reported that the perception of shape in the periphery could be biased if every time the eyes moved to the target it changed its shape. Here we show that this learning is also observed when participants maintain their gaze at fixation. Moreover it holds over interstimulus delays as long as one second. These findings suggest that a general associative learning process, independent of eye movements, contributes to the perception of shape across multiple viewpoints.