Action - Perception and Action 1 Perception and the Moving Observer A Gibson and the Ecological Approach Gibson(1950 The perception of the visual

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Perception and Action Gibson (1950). The perception of the visual world. Gibson (1966). The senses considered as perceptual systems. Gibson (1979). The ecological approach to visual perception. 1. Perception and the Moving Observer A. Gibson and the Ecological Approach 1. Perception and the Moving Observer A. Gibson and the i. Beginnings of his work in WWII. ii. Importance of a moving and active observer, in contrast to the artificial constraints of typical psychophysical studies. iii. Information on the retina vs . information in the environment. iii. Information on the retina . information in the environment. A B C 1. Perception and the Moving Observer A. Gibson and the 1
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iv. The ambient optic array: “the structure of the stimulation available at a point in the environment.” v. Self movement produces “ optic flow.” 1. Perception and the Moving Observer A. Gibson and the Ecological Approach i. The Focus of Expansion (FOE) 1. Perception and the Moving Observer
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Action - Perception and Action 1 Perception and the Moving Observer A Gibson and the Ecological Approach Gibson(1950 The perception of the visual

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