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Title Scene vision : making sense of what we see / edited by Kestutis Kveraga and Moshe Bar.
Imprint Cambridge, Massachusetts : The MIT Press, [2014]
�2014.

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Subject Visual perception.
Vision.
Visual Perception.
Vision, Ocular.
Alt Name Kveraga, Kestutis.
Bar, Moshe (Neuroscientist)
Ohio Library and Information Network.
Description 1 online resource : illustrations
polychrome rdacc
Bibliography Note Includes bibliographical references and index.
Access Available to OhioLINK libraries
Note Print version record.
Contents Acknowledgments; The Current Scene; 1 Visual Scene Representation: A Spatial-Cognitive Perspective; 2 More Than Meets the Eye: The Active Selection of Diagnostic Information across Spatial Locations and Scales during Scene Categorization; 3 The Constructive Nature of Scene Perception; 4 Deconstructing Scene Selectivity in Visual Cortex; 5 The Neurophysiology of Attention and Object Recognition in Visual Scenes; 6 Neural Systems for Visual Scene Recognition; 7 Putting Scenes in Context; 8 Fast Visual Processing of ""In-Context"" Objects.
9 Detecting and Remembering Briefly Presented Pictures10 Making Sense of Scenes with Spike-Based Processing; 11 A Statistical Modeling Framework for Investigating Visual Scene Processing in the Human Brain; 12 On Aesthetics and Emotions in Scene Images: A Computational Perspective; 13 Emotion and Motivation in the Perceptual Processing of Natural Scenes; 14 Threat Perception in Visual Scenes: Dimensions, Action, and Neural Dynamics; Contributors; Index; Color Plates.
Summary Cutting-edge research on the visual cognition of scenes, covering issues that include spatial vision, context, emotion, attention, memory, and neural mechanisms underlying scene representation.
Note English.
ISBN 9780262319898 (electronic bk.)
0262319896 (electronic bk.)
0262027852
9780262027854
OCLC # 894987114
Additional Format Print version: Scene vision 9780262027854 (DLC) 2014007216 (OCoLC)875674798.


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