Behavioral and Brain Sciences 22 (3):400-400 (1999)

Ivy Chen
Columbia University
Pylyshyn's effort in establishing the cognitive impenetrability of early vision is welcome. However, his view about the role of attention in early vision seems to be oversimplified. The allocation of focal attention manifests its effect among multiple stages in the early vision system, it is not just confined to the input and the output levels.
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