On the development of the two visual systems

Behavioral and Brain Sciences 25 (1):120-120 (2001)

Abstract
Norman's reconciliation of the two theories of perception is challenged because it directly leads to the nature-nurture dichotomy in the development of the two visual systems. In contrast, the proposition of a separate development of the two visual systems may be better understood as involving different types of information that follow a distinct temporal sequence.
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