Problems with a “cortical screen” for visual imagery

Behavioral and Brain Sciences 25 (2):195-196 (2002)

Abstract

I support Pylyshyn's skepticism that visual imagery reflects a re-activation of the spatial layout of active neurons embedded within a topographical cortical map of visual space. The pickup of visual information via successive eye movements presents one problem and the two visual systems model poses another difficulty.

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