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Do we have Independent Visual Streams for Perception and Action? a Response.

Locklin, Mr. Jason and Danckert, Dr. James (2010) Do we have Independent Visual Streams for Perception and Action? a Response. [Preprint]

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Abstract

Schenk and McIntosh (2009) present the thesis that most visual behaviours, especially those of any significant complexity, are likely to involve collaboration between both visual streams. While very likely true, this statement does not contradict the perception-action model as proposed by Milner and Goodale (1995, 2006). The two visual system hypothesis implies two functionally specialized systems, and not, as Schenk and McIntosh propose, two behaviourally independent systems.

Item Type:Preprint
Keywords:Perception and Action, Visualmotor control, Stroke.
Subjects:Neuroscience > Behavioral Neuroscience
ID Code:6854
Deposited By:Locklin, Mr. Jason
Deposited On:06 Jun 2010 15:35
Last Modified:11 Mar 2011 08:57

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