The Useful Dimensions of Sensitivity

@inproceedings{Gibson2005TheUD,
  title={The Useful Dimensions of Sensitivity},
  author={James Jerry Gibson},
  year={2005}
}
WHAT I am going to talk about is the relation of sensing to perceiving. We have all believed that we understood the process of sensation fairly well and that only the process of perception gave us difficulties. But I am going to suggest on the contrary that a straightforward theory of perception is possible and that it is our understanding of sensation which is confused. First let us make sure that there is really a problem in how to treat sensing and perceiving. Some psychologists now maintain… CONTINUE READING

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