Perception and the Physical World: Psychological and Philosophical Issues in Perception
Dieter Heyer, Rainer Mausfeld
Wiley, May 22, 2002 - Philosophy - 327 pages
In Perception and the Physical World an international field of renowned experts in vision research, philosophy and ecological physics focus on foundational and conceptual issues concerning the nature of perception, particularly unconscious inference, and highlight recent advances in the field.
Psychologists and students of psychology, philosophy and artificial intelligence at both undergraduate and postgraduate level will find this book an essential resource.
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The Origins of the SensationPerception Distinction
Cognition as CodeBreaking
Comparative Overview of Perception of Distal
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