Review of Metaphysics 15 (3):532-532 (1962)

A collection of experimental papers focusing on problems of visual perception treated from a transactional viewpoint where "the perceiving mechanism and the stimulus configuration are merely integrally related parts, and in which the assumptions, needs, values and purposes of the perceiver are equally important." Though some of the general conclusions drawn do not seem fully warranted, the experiments themselves are fascinating, showing the varied factors influencing perception. --R. J. B.
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