2003

Levels of Perception

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ISBN: 978-0-387-95525-4 (Print) 978-0-387-22673-6 (Online)

Table of contents (20 chapters)

  1. Ian P. Howard and Levels of Perception

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      Pages 1-8

      Ian P. Howard and Levels of Perception

  2. Brightness and Lightness

    1. Front Matter

      Pages 9-9

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      Pages 11-22

      Dualistic Versus Monistic Accounts of Lightness Perception

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      Pages 23-46

      Levels of Brightness Perception

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      Pages 47-72

      A Multiscale Spatial Filtering Account of Brightness Phenomena

  3. Levels of Perception

    1. Front Matter

      Pages 73-73

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      Pages 75-99

      Levels of Motion Perception

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      Pages 101-126

      Reconciling Rival Interpretations of Binocular Rivalry

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      Pages 127-147

      The Making of a Direction Sensing System for the Howard Eggmobile

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      Pages 149-168

      Levels of Processing in the Size-Distance Paradox

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      Pages 169-191

      The Level of Attention: Mediating Between the Stimulus and Perception

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      Pages 193-210

      Single Cells to Cellular Networks

  4. Eye Movements and Perception

    1. Front Matter

      Pages 211-211

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      Pages 213-229

      Levels of Fixation

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      Pages 231-255

      Plasticity of the Near Response

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      Pages 257-270

      Population Coding of Vergence Eye Movements in Cortical Area MST

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      Pages 271-276

      Tendon End Organs Play an Important Role in Supplying Eye Position Information

  5. Perception of Orientation and Self-Motion

    1. Front Matter

      Pages 277-277

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      Pages 279-294

      Levels of Analysis of the Vestibulo-Ocular Reflex: A Postmodern Approach

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      Pages 295-318

      Signal Processing in Vestibular Nuclei: Dissociating Sensory, Motor, and Cognitive Influences

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      Pages 319-340

      Neural Encoding of Gaze Dependencies During Translation

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      Pages 341-373

      Influence of Rotational Cues on the Neural Processing of Gravito-Inertial Force

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      Pages 375-398

      Human Visual Orientation in Weightlessness

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      Pages 399-413

      Three-Axis Approaches to Ocular Motor Control: A Role for the Cerebellum