Lec 4 Perception and Localization of function

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Direct Perception: J. J. Gibson Split Brain Research: two brains Sperry and Gazzaniga Environment and Brain Development Rosenzweig
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Stare at the flag for thirty seconds, then quickly look at a blank wall or white piece of paper. What do you see? This is an example of a physiological optical illusion.
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J. J. Gibson and Direct Perception Evolutionary argument about perceptual systems Methodological argument about concentrating on correct perception not illusions Texture gradients as an example
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Ecological Approaches to Perception • J. J. Gibson (1950): “The perception of the visual world” – perception is driven exclusively by the structure of the environment (i.e., Direct Perception) – “perception is a function of stimulation and stimulation
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Unformatted text preview: is a function of the environment (Gibson, 1959, p. 459); therefore perception is a function of the environment. I learned that when a science does not usefully apply to practical problems there is something wrong with Affordance Term coined by JJ Gibson (direct realist) Properties of the world perceived in terms of potential for action (physical model, direct perception) Philosophical problem with the generalization of the term to user interfaces Nevertheless, important and influential Texture gradients provide depth information; nearby regions are coarse and detailed, distant ones are smooth and undetailed Static depth cues Figure 4.13 Visual pathways through the brain Ames Room Ames Room...
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