Division of labour within the visual system: fact or fiction? Which kind of evidence is appropriate to clarify this debate?

@article{Stttinger2009DivisionOL,
  title={Division of labour within the visual system: fact or fiction? Which kind of evidence is appropriate to clarify this debate?},
  author={Elisabeth St{\"o}ttinger and Kathrin Soder and J{\"u}rgen Pfusterschmied and Herbert Wagner and Josef Perner},
  journal={Experimental Brain Research},
  year={2009},
  volume={202},
  pages={79-88}
}
The perception versus action hypothesis of Goodale and Milner (Trends Neurosci 15:20–25, 1992) and Milner and Goodale (The visual brain in action. Oxford University Press, Oxford, 1995) postulated two different pathways within the visual system—one for action and one for perception. With the help of pictorial illusions, evidence for this dissociation was found in various studies. There is an ongoing debate, however, as to whether or not this evidence is biased by methodological issues. Indeed… CONTINUE READING

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