The brain as a geometer.


The fragmentary cues we have on the geometric aptitudes of the brain (e.g., in evaluating shapes or appreciating depth) do not lead to a unified model of perceptual geometry. In parallel with physiological studies, aimed at explaining how perception works, I suggest developing the study of the geometrical capabilities of the brain, in order to learn precisely what is accomplished.

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@article{Ninio1983TheBA, title={The brain as a geometer.}, author={Jacques Ninio}, journal={Journal of theoretical biology}, year={1983}, volume={103 1}, pages={1-9} }