Evolutionary and intellectual antecedents of primate visual processing streams

Behavioral and Brain Sciences 25 (1):104-105 (2001)
Abstract
The main function of vision in many animals is to control movement. In rodents, some visuomotor acts require the construction of models of the external world while others rely on Gibsonian invariants. Such findings support Norman's dual processing approach but it is not clear that the two types of processing rely on homologs of visual processing streams described in primates.
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