By John M. Findlay
Univ. of Durham, united kingdom. presents an intensive description of simple information of the visible and oculomotor platforms invaluable for figuring out lively imaginative and prescient. supplies new views on visible consciousness and the way it has stepped forward within the parts of analyzing, visible seek, and neuropsychology. for college kids, psychologists, and researchers. Softcover, hardcover on hand.
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Active Vision: The Psychology of Looking and Seeing by John M. Findlay