Segregation and integration of information among visual modules

Behavioral and Brain Sciences 22 (3):398-399 (1999)
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Abstract

It is argued that the alleged cases of cognitive penetration of visual modules actually arise from the integration of information among different modules. This would reflect a general computational strategy according to which constraints to a particular module would be provided by information coming from different modules. Examples are provided from the integration of stereopsis and occlusion and from computation of motion direction.

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