A definition for apparent movement is:
The perception of movement produced by stimuli that are stationary but are presented first at one position and then, at an appropriate time interval, presented at a different position.
And apparent motion is defined as:
Motion can be detected even if there is no real motion
Now to my actual question: I know that those two forms of perception are very close; so what is the actual difference between the two? Is there a pure definition of the difference? I feel that both apparent movement and apparent motion are according to Gleitman et al. (2010) pretty much the same, and could be applied to both sorts of examples. So if presented with a stimulus/illusion, how would one approach them to discern which is which?