Analysis of Perception
With up-to-date marking analysis to reflect changes made in April 1998, this text offers advice for candidates of the Aeb examining board on how to select and answer questions to provide maximum grades with minimum effort.
What people are saying - Write a review
We haven't found any reviews in the usual places.
THE REPRESENTATIVE THEORY OF PERCEPTION
THE GENESIS OF THE VISUAL FIELD
THE STATUS OF SOMATIC SENSEDATA
VERIDICAL AND HALLUCINATORY SENSE
J EXAMINATION OF PERCEPTION
THE STATUS OF MIND IN SHERRINGTONs
account of perception after-sensation argument bear spatial relations body-image brain events C. D. Broad causal chain causal relations cerebral class of events co-ordinate axes colour complex constructed cortex criteria cube datum Definition described dimensional experiential events external physical objects eyes fact geometrical Gestalt psychology H. H. Price hallucinations hallucinatory experiences hallucinatory sense-data hallucinatory sense-experience Havelock Ellis identical located logical material things merely mescaline mind naive realism neurology neuronal non-spatial observed organisation patterns of neuronal Paul Schilder perceived phantom limb philosophers physical body physical events physical organism physical space physical world postulate psychical relations between sense-data relations to physical representative mechanisms Russell sensations sense-data and images sense-data and physical sensible solipsism somatic sense-data somatic sensory field spatial entities spatial system spatio-temporal specious present standard solid statements stroboscopic patterns television tesseract theory of perception thoughts three-dimensional tion veridical visual field visual perception visual sense-data