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Showing Rating details. More filters. Sort order. Jul 02, Liam rated it liked it Shelves: psychology , pelicans. A collection of then-current topics. In the first half the book surveys the most basic dimensions of visual perception: size, perspective, form and "figure vs ground" , motion. The biology of visual perception is laid out and illusory or biased perception in the above areas are illuminated in a biological and cognitive framework.
Evidence from children and adults are neatly interwoven to form a synthesized picture of our powers of perception.
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The second half of the book is less conclusive, more A collection of then-current topics. The second half of the book is less conclusive, more miscellaneous and less biological in its focus. It covers topics such as reading skills, the effect on perception of reinforcement via shocks, the perception of emotional words on behaviour, and attentiveness selective perception. Feb 02, Kaluza Klein added it. Perfect for getting into the basics.
Meticulous and neat. Dec 03, Lit-Creek rated it liked it Shelves: non-fiction. Perhaps a little dated now -- but still interesting. Gabriel Benjamin rated it really liked it Apr 05, Jun 27, Katrina Quick rated it liked it. A very scientific and helpful yet dry rendition of how the human brain develops from birth, with detailed images of how different objects are perceived depending on stage of development. Slightly disappointing as was looking for something that looked at the emotional and psychological ways in which we perceive our surroundings in not quite such a literal sense.
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