Visual Cognition

Visual Cognition

Steven Pinker
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How do we recognize objects? How do we reason about objects when they are absent and only in memory? How do we conceptualize the three dimensions of space? Do different people do these things in different ways? And where are these abilities located in the brain?

During the past decade cognitive scientists have devised new experimental techniques; researchers in artificial intelligence have devised new ways of modeling cognitive processes on computers; neuropsychologists are testing new models of brain organization.

Many of these developments are represented in this collection of essays. The papers, though reporting work at the cutting edge of their fields, do not assume a highly technical background on the part of readers, and the volume begins with a tutorial introduction by the editor, making the book suitable for specialists and non-specialists alike.

Steven Pinker is Associate Professor, Department of Psychology and Co-Director of the Center for Cognitive Science, MIT. Visual Cognition is included in the series Computational Models of Cognition and Perception, edited by Feldman et al.

Reprinted from Cognition: International Journal of Cognitive Psychology, vokume 18 (ISSN: 0010-0277).

Year:
1986
Edition:
1
Publisher:
The MIT Press
Language:
english
Pages:
280
ISBN 10:
0262161036
ISBN 13:
9780262161039
Series:
Computational Models of Cognition and Perception
File:
PDF, 8.23 MB
IPFS:
CID , CID Blake2b
english, 1986
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