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1.05.16., .-- , -- VISUAL SPACE, , ,

1.05.16., .-- , -- VISUAL SPACE & SPATIAL PERCEPTION, , ,

1.05.16., Baird, John C., Psychophysical Analysis of Visual Space, (Oxford: Pergamon Press, 1970), ,

1.05.16., Biederman, I., Recognition by components: A theory of human image understanding, Psychol. Rev., 94, 1987, 115-147,

1.05.16., Cave, K.R.; Pinker, Steven; Giorgi, L.; Thomas, C.; Heller, L.; Wolfe, J.M. & Lin, H., The representation of location in visual images, Cognitive Psychology, 26, 1994, 1-32,

1.05.16., Coren, S. & Girgus, J.S., Principles of perceptual organization and spatial distortion: The gestalt of illusions, J. Exp. Psych.: Hum. Perc. & Perf., 6 (1980): 404-412,

1.05.16., Dawson, J.L., Cultural and physiological influences upon spatial processes in West Africa, I., Int'l J. Psych., 2 (1967): 115-128,

1.05.16., Denis, Michel; Engelkamp, J. & Richardson, J.T.E., eds., Cognitive and Neurological Approaches to Mental Imagery, (Dordrecht: Martinus Nijhoff Publishers, 1988), , European Workshop on Imagery and Cognition, Universite de paris Sud, Orsay, France, 24-26 Sep 1986

1.05.16., DeValois, R.L. & DeValois, K.K., Spatial vision, Ann. Rev. Psych., 31 (1980): 309-341,

1.05.16., Eliot, E.J. & Salkind, N., Children's Spatial Development, (Springfield, IL: Charles C. Thomas, 1975), ,

1.05.16., French, R.E., The Geometry of Vision and the Mind/Body Problem, (New York: Peter Lang, 1987), ,

1.05.16., Frisby, John P., Seeing: Illusion, Brain and Mind, Oxford: Oxford University Press, 1979), ,

1.05.16., Funahashi, S, Bruce, C.J. & Goldman-Rakic, P.S., Mnemonic coding of visual space in the monkey's dorsolateral prefrontal cortex, J. Neurophysiology, 61, 1989, 331-349,

1.05.16., GCM, Note, , zznote, visual space is the field of vision with the lights turned off: it has the same shape and mental location as the field of vision -- that is, it is a little round around the lateral edges, sort of like a large egg laying on its side; the color in the rest state of visual space (no activity therein) is the same as dark space, or the space in a shut and unlighted room, an airy black with some splotchiness of lighter areas in it from after-image effects. The creation of an image in this space requires an effort at lighting it for color and shape; motion in visual space is another problem altogether. Locating objects or places in visual space requires affirmative attention to the relation between two or more objects / locations or one object / location and a surface. A path between two places is more easily imagined from behind one place looking toward the other than from the side, because the side perspective requires deciding what slant to give the surface, whereas the behind view has a slant provided as the default slant without conscious effort. This is because there is a normal distance to stand behind the first place, whereas the side view does not have a normal distance from the line and there is uncertainty in the imaging of the view down from the eyes to the path, because the distance away and the angle down is not clear without conscious thought.

1.05.16., Graham, C.H., Visual space perception, In Graham, C.H., ed., Vision and Visual Perception (NY: Wiley, 1965), pp. 504-547, ,

1.05.16., Gregory, Richard L. & Gombrich, E.H., eds., Illusion in Nature and Art, (New York: Charles Scribner's Sons, 1973), ,

1.05.16., Hochberg, J., Perception: II. Space and movement, In Kling, J.W. & Riggs, L.A., eds., Woodworth and Schlossberg's Experimental Psychology, (NY: Holt, Rinehart & Winston, 3rd ed., 1971), pp. 475-550,

1.05.16., Hutman, L.P. & Sekuler, R., Spatial vision and aging: II. Criterion effects, J. Gerontology, 35 (1980): 700-706,

1.05.16., Ittleson, W.H., Visual Space Perception, (Berlin & NY: Springer-Verlag, 1960), ,

1.05.16., Kosslyn, Stephen Michael, Ghosts in the Mind's Machine: Creating and Using Images in the Brain, (New York: W.W. Norton & Co., 1983), ,

1.05.16., Kosslyn, Stephen Michael, Image and Brain: The Resolution of the Imagery Debate, (Cambridge, MA: MIT Press, 1994), ,

1.05.16., Kosslyn, Stephen Michael, Image and Mind, (Cambridge, MA: Harvard Univ. Press, 1980), ,

1.05.16., Kosslyn, Stephen Michael & Koenig, Oliver, Wet Mind: The New Cognitive Neuroscience, (New York: Free Press, 1995), , 90-93: area 7a spatiotopic mapping; 94-98: coordinate Spatial relations Encoding

1.05.16., Kosslyn, Stephen Michael; Ball, T.M. & Reiser, B.J., Visual images preserve metric spatial information: Evidence from studies of image scanning, J. of Exp. Psychol.: Hum. Percept. & Perf., 4, 1978, 47-60,

1.05.16., Liben, L.S.; Patterson, A.H. & Newcombe, N., eds., Spatial Representation and Behavior: Theory and Application, (Hillsdale, NJ: Lawrence Erlbaum Assocs., 1981), ,

1.05.16., Logie, Robert H., Visuo-Spatial Working Memory, (East Sussex, England: Lawrence Erlbaum & Assocs., 1995), ,

1.05.16., Mandler, J.M. & Parker, R.E., Memory for descriptive and spatial information in complex figures, J. Exp. Psych.: Hum. Learning & Memory, 2 (1976): 38-48,

1.05.16., Osherson, D.; Kosslyn, Stephen Michael & Hollerbach, J.M., eds., An Invitation to Cognitive Science, Vol. 2: Visual Cognition and Action, (Cambridge, MA: MIT Press, 1990), ,

1.05.16., Pavio, Allan, Images in Mind: The Evolution of a Theory, (New York: Simon & Schuster, 1991), ,

1.05.16., Piaget, J. & Inhelder, B., The Child's Conception of Space, (London: Routledge & Kegan Paul, 1956), ,

1.05.16., Pinker, Steven, A computational theory of the mental imagery medium, In Denis, Michel; Engelkamp, J. & Richardson, J.T.E., eds., Cognitive and Neurological Approaches to Mental Imagery, (Amsterdam, Neth.: Martinus Nijhoff, 1988),

1.05.16., Pinker, Steven, Mental imagery and the third dimension, J. Experimental Psych.: Gen., 109, 1980, 254-371,

1.05.16., Pinker, Steven & Kosslyn, Stephen Michael, The representation and manipulation of three -dimensional space in mental images, J. of Mental Imagery, 2, 1978, 69-84,

1.05.16., Pinker, Steven, ed., Visual Cognition, (Cambridge, MA: MIT Press, 1984), ,

1.05.16., Roberts, Fred & Suppess, Patrick, Some problems in the geometry of visual perception, Synthese, 17, 1967, 173-201, primitive vision is non-Euclidean; article discusses modifications produced by learning, focusing on perception of size and shape consistencies

1.05.16., Robson, J.G., Neural images: The physiological basis of spatial vision, In Harris, C.S., ed., Visual Coding and Adaptability (Hillsdale, NJ: Lawrence Erlbaum Assocs., 1980), pp. 177-214, ,

1.05.16., Robson, J.G., Receptive fields: Neural representation of the spatial and intensive attributes of the visual image, In Carterette, E.C. & Friedman, M.P., eds., Handbook of Perception: Vol. 5. Seeing (NY: Academic Press, 1975), pp. 82-116, ,

1.05.16., Rudel, R.G. & Teuber, H.-L., Spatial orientation in normal children and in children after early brain injury, Neuropsychologia, 9 (1971): 401-407,

1.05.16., Sekuler, R. & Hutman, L.P., Spatial vision and aging: I. Contrast sensitivity, J. Gerontology, 35 (1980): 692-699,

1.05.16., Shepard, Roger N. & Cooper, Lynn A., Mental Images and Their Transformations, (Cambridge, MA: MIT Press, 1982), ,

1.05.16., Tversky, Barbara, Memory for pictures, maps, environments and graphs, In Payne, David G. & Conrad, Frederick G., eds., Intersections in Basic and Applied Memory Research, (Mahwah, NJ: L. Erlbaum Associates, 1997), 257-278, figure-ground discrimination process and parameters

1.05.16., Wagner, M., The metric of visual space, Perception & Psychophysics, 38(6), 1985, 483-495,

1.05.16., Weber, R.J. & Castleman, J., The time it takes to imagine, Perception & Psychophysics, 8, 1970, 165-168,

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