Emergence of object representations in young infants: Corroborating findings and a challenge for the feature creation approach
Graduate studies at Western
Behavioral and Brain Sciences 21 (1):35-36 (1998)
|Abstract||Arguments for feature creation receive support from studies of young infants forming category representations from perceptual experience. A challenge for Schyns et al. will be to determine how a feature creation system might interface with a perceptual system that appears constrained to follow organizational principles that specify how edge segments should be grouped into functional units of coherent object representations.|
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