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References of the Role Of Depth Cues On Visual Object Recognition And Naming, by Dr. Fawzy A. O. Salama, Ph.D.

R E F E R E N C E S AGGLETON, J.P., DESIMONE, R., & MISHKIN, M., 1986,The origin, course and termination of the hippocampo‑thalamic projections in the macaque. Journal of Comparative Neurology, 243, 409‑421. AGGLETON, J.P., MISHKIN, M., 1984, … Continue reading

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The Role Of Visual Depth Cues On Object Recognition And Naming: Chapter 5B, By Dr. F. O. Salama, Ph.D.,

5.4       Experimental evidence of the functional parallels between imagery and   vision Several lines of research within cognitive psychology have provided evidence of common representations for imagery and perception. Podgorny and Shepard (1978) demonstrated the functional equivalence of mental images and … Continue reading

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The Role Of Depth Cues On Visual Object Recognition And Naming (2)

    C H A P T E R  2   STEREOPSIS   2.0       Introduction   Human perception is very largely dominated by the visual modality. During the course of evolution the  snout shortened and the eyes became more frontally … Continue reading

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The Role of Visual Depth Cues on Visual Object Recognition and Naming :By Dr. Fawzy Osman, Ph.D., Senior Consultant Clinical Neuropsychologist

    The Role of Visual Depth Cues on Visual Object Recognition and Naming :By    Dr. Fawzy Osman, Ph.D., Senior Consultant Clinical Neuropsychologist       C H A P T E R   1   0.1       A general introduction … Continue reading

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