Sensation and Perception
Richard Langton Gregory, Andrew M. Colman
Longman, 1995 - Psychology - 135 pages
This is an examination of perception. There is an intelligence to perception: it involves complex problem solving and does not always produce the right answer.
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Computational Theories of Vision
The Skin Body and Chemical Senses
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