Visual space perception : a primer / Maurice Hershenson.

By: Hershenson, Maurice
Material type: TextTextCopyright date: ©1999Description: 1 online resource (xvi, 238 pages) : illustrationsContent type: text Media type: computer Carrier type: online resourceISBN: 0585087555; 9780585087559; 9780262275316; 0262275317; 9780262082709; 0262082705Subject(s): Space perception | Visual perception | Space Perception | Visual Perception | Perception spatiale | Perception visuelle | PSYCHOLOGY -- Physiological Psychology | Space perception | Visual perception | Psychology | Social SciencesGenre/Form: Electronic books. Additional physical formats: Print version:: Visual space perception.DDC classification: 152.14/2 LOC classification: BF469 | .H45 1999ebOnline resources: Click here to access online
Contents:
Preface -- The Problem of Visual Space Perception -- Binocular Perception -- Spatial Localization: Visual Directions -- Stereopsis: Fusion and Horopters -- Stereopsis: Traditional Stereograms -- Cyclopean Perception -- Monocular Perception -- Stimulus Inadequacy: The Fundmental Problem of Monocular Perception -- Pictorial Cues, Oculomotor Adjustments, Automatic Organizing Processes, and Observer Tendencies -- Empiricist View: Perceived Size and Shape -- Gibson's Psychophysics -- Basic Concepts -- Lateral or Parallactic Motion -- Motion in Depth -- Perceived Object Motions -- Detecting Motion -- Concluding Thoughts -- Appendix: Angular Measures -- References -- Name Index -- Subject Index.
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"A Bradford book."

Includes bibliographical references (pages 209-225) and indexes.

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Preface -- 1. The Problem of Visual Space Perception -- I. Binocular Perception -- 2. Spatial Localization: Visual Directions -- 3. Stereopsis: Fusion and Horopters -- 4. Stereopsis: Traditional Stereograms -- 5. Cyclopean Perception -- II. Monocular Perception -- 6. Stimulus Inadequacy: The Fundmental Problem of Monocular Perception -- 7. Pictorial Cues, Oculomotor Adjustments, Automatic Organizing Processes, and Observer Tendencies -- 8. Empiricist View: Perceived Size and Shape -- 9. Gibson's Psychophysics -- Basic Concepts -- 10. Lateral or Parallactic Motion -- 11. Motion in Depth -- 12. Perceived Object Motions -- 13. Detecting Motion -- 14. Concluding Thoughts -- Appendix: Angular Measures -- References -- Name Index -- Subject Index.

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