Chapter 1 Separate representations of visual space for perception and visually guided behavior

@inproceedings{Bridgeman1999Chapter1S,
  title={Chapter 1 Separate representations of visual space for perception and visually guided behavior},
  author={Bruce Bridgeman},
  year={1999}
}
There are two independent representations of visual space in humans and primates. One, the cognitive or “what” system, processes image information that we use in pattern recognition and normal visual experience. The other, a sensorimotor or “how” system, controls visually guided behavior. Its memory is very brief, only long enough to execute an act, but it possesses an egocentrically calibrated metric of visual space that the cognitive system lacks. We have separated the two systems with an… CONTINUE READING

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