Two Visual Systems and their Eye Movements : Evidence from Static and Dynamic Scene Perception

@inproceedings{Velichkovsky2005TwoVS,
  title={Two Visual Systems and their Eye Movements : Evidence from Static and Dynamic Scene Perception},
  author={Boris M. Velichkovsky and Markus Joos and Jens R. Helmert and Sebastian Pannasch},
  year={2005}
}
The existence of two distinct visual pathways in the primate brain is a persistent theme for evolutionary, neurophysiological, motor control and neuropsychological research. As one of the most widely cited results in cognitive neuroscience, this distinction has survived decades of critical analysis under different guises (e.g. ambient vs. focal or visuomotor vs. cognitive). However, the interplay between these two processing streams in the solution of everyday tasks remains to be an unresolved… CONTINUE READING
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