Two visual systems but only one theory of perception

Behavioral and Brain Sciences 25 (1):100-100 (2001)
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The parallel drawn by Norman between the dorsal and ventral systems and direct and indirect approaches is based on two misrepresentations of the direct approach – that it is concerned only with the unconscious control of action, and that it cannot explain learning. We propose a way of understanding the visual system differences from within the direct approach.



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