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Vision Science Photons to Phenomenology

by Stephen E. Palmer

Part of the A Bradford Book Series

Vision Science Photons to Phenomenology Synopsis

This book revolutionizes how vision can be taught to undergraduate and graduate students in cognitive science, psychology, and optometry. It is the first comprehensive textbook on vision to reflect the integrated computational approach of modern research scientists. This new interdisciplinary approach, called vision science, integrates psychological, computational, and neuroscientific perspectives. The book covers all major topics related to vision, from early neural processing of image structure in the retina to high-level visual attention, memory, imagery, and awareness. The presentation throughout is theoretically sophisticated yet requires minimal knowledge of mathematics. There is also an extensive glossary, as well as appendices on psychophysical methods, connectionist modeling, and color technology. The book will serve not only as a comprehensive textbook on vision, but also as a valuable reference for researchers in cognitive science, psychology, neuroscience, computer science, optometry, and philosophy.

Vision Science Photons to Phenomenology Press Reviews

This is a monumental work, covering a wide range of topics, bothclassical findings and recent approaches on the frontiers ofresearch. Anne Treisman , Princeton University

Book Information

ISBN: 9780262161831
Publication date: 14th April 1999
Author: Stephen E. Palmer
Publisher: Bradford Books an imprint of MIT Press Ltd
Format: Hardback
Pagination: 832 pages
Categories: Neurology & clinical neurophysiology,

About Stephen E. Palmer

Stephen E. Palmer is Professor of Psychology and Director of the Institute of Cognitive Studies at the University of California, Berkeley.

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