Selective History Of Theories Of Visual Perception, 1650-1950

Oxford University Press (1971)
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Keywords Epistemology  Gestalt  Perception  Vision  Ames, A  Berkeley  Condillac  Descartes  Hebb, D  Helmholtz  Hull, C  James  Locke  Malebranche  Mill  Murphy, G  Reid
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