Separate simultaneous processing of egocentric and relative positions

@article{Brenner2000SeparateSP,
  title={Separate simultaneous processing of egocentric and relative positions},
  author={Eli Brenner and Frans W. Cornelissen},
  journal={Vision Research},
  year={2000},
  volume={40},
  pages={2557-2563}
}
It is well established that all kinds of visual attributes are processed separately within the brain. This separation is related to differences in the information that is relevant for the different attributes. When attributes differ greatly (such as colour and motion) it is obvious that they must rely on different information. However, separating the processing of different attributes could also allow highly related attributes to evolve independently, so that they end up being judged on the… CONTINUE READING
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