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TITLE Visual Hemispheric Specialization : A Computational Theory

@inproceedings{AUTilOR2007TITLEVH,
  title={TITLE Visual Hemispheric Specialization : A Computational Theory},
  author={AUTilOR and Kosslyn},
  year={2007}
}
  • AUTilOR, Kosslyn
  • Published 2007
Visual recognition, navigation, tracking and imagery are posited to involve some of the same types of representations and processes. The first part of this paper develops a theory of some of the shared types of representations and processing modules. This theory is developed in light of computational, neuroanatomical, neurophyslological, and behavioral considerations. The second part of the paper develops a mechanism for the development of lateralization of visual function in the brain. This… Expand

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