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Perception of faces, objects, and scenes

James Tyler Kent

Perception of faces, objects, and scenes

analytic and holistic processes

by James Tyler Kent

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Published by Oxford University Press in New York, NY .
Written in English


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Statementedited by Mary A. Peterson and Gillian Rhodes.
Classifications
LC ClassificationsBF
The Physical Object
Paginationviii, 393 p. :
Number of Pages393
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL22531530M
ISBN 100195165381

This chapter summarizes evidence favoring the use of viewpoint-specific representations in the perception of moving objects (point-light walkers), moving faces, and moving scenes (i.e., scenes presented to viewers as if they were moving through them).Cited by: 6. Face perception is an individual's understanding and interpretation of the face, particularly the human face, especially in relation to the associated information processing in the brain.. The proportions and expressions of the human face are important to identify origin, emotional tendencies, health qualities, and some social information.

Visual Perception. Visual perception is what happens after the picture reaches the eyes – the image forms a pattern of activity on the array of receptors in the eye, and the detailed pattern is analyzed by the visual centers of the brain, thereby revealing what is where. for recognition of objects, faces, and scenes in specialized. Visual object recognition refers to the ability to identify the objects in view based on visual input. One important signature of visual object recognition is "object invariance", or the ability to identify objects across changes in the detailed context in which objects are viewed, including changes in illumination, object pose, and background context.

Perception of Faces, Objects, and Scenes: Analytic and Holistic Processes By Mary A. Peterson; Gillian Rhodes Oxford University Press, Read preview Overview Perception and the Physical World: Psychological and Philosophical Issues in Perception By Dieter Heyer; Rainer Mausfeld Wiley, Scene Perception 2 Scene Perception is the visual perception of an environment as viewed by an observer at any given time. It includes not only the perception of individual objects, but also such things as their relative locations, and expectations about what other kinds of .


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Perception of faces, objects, and scenes by James Tyler Kent Download PDF EPUB FB2

The chapters in Perception of faces book ask what analytic and holistic processes are like; whether they contribute differently to the perception of faces, objects, and scenes; whether different cognitive and neural mechanisms code holistic and analytic information; whether a single, universal system can be sufficient for visual-information processing, and.

From a barrage of photons, we readily and effortlessly recognize the faces of our friends, and the familiar objects and scenes around us. However, these tasks cannot be simple for our visual systems--faces and scenes book all extremely similar as visual patterns, and objects look quite different when viewed from different viewpoints/5(2).

Perception of Faces, Objects, and Scenes book. Read reviews from world’s largest community for readers. Perception of Faces, Objects, and Scenes: Analytic and Holistic Processes. Mary A.

Peterson, PhD and Gillian Rhodes, PhD. Oxford University Press, New York, ISBN:$ Scope: This is a multi-authored text concentrating on cognitive visual processing and perceptual theory. The authors seek to answer the question of how. The contributors to this volume attempt to answer this question by considering how analytic and holistic processes contribute to the perception of faces, objects, and scenes.

The role of parts and wholes in perception has been studied for a century, beginning with the debate between structuralists who championed the role of elements and Gestalt. Perception of Faces, Objects, and Scenes: Analytic and Holistic Processes (Oxford Series in Visual Cognition) Paperback – 22 Jun by Mary A.

Peterson (Editor), Gillian Rhodes (Editor) out of 5 stars 1 rating. See all 4 formats and editions Hide other formats 4/5(1). From a barrage of photons, we readily and effortlessly recognize the faces of our friends, and the familiar objects and scenes around us. However, these tasks cannot be simple for our visual systems--faces are all extremely similar as visual patterns, and objects look quite different when viewed from different viewpoints.

Perception of Faces, Objects, and Scenes Analytic and Holistic Processes Edited by Mary A. Peterson and Gillian Rhodes Advances in Visual Cognition. From a barrage of photons, we readily and effortlessly recognize the faces of our friends, and the familiar objects and scenes around us.

The contributors to this impressive volume explore how analytic and holistic processes contribute to our perception of faces, objects, and scenes. From a barrage of photons, we readily and effortlessly recognize the faces of our friends, and the familiar objects and scenes around us.

processes contribute to our perception of faces, objects, and scenes. The role of parts and wholes in perception has been studied for a century, beginning with the debate between Structuralists, who championed the role of elements, and Gestalt psychologists, who argued that the whole was different from the sum of its parts.

Perception of faces, objects, and scenes analytic and holistic processes / Published: () Perception of faces, objects, and scenes: analytic and holistic processes / Published: () Object recognition, attention, and action /.

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Book, Print in English Perception of faces, objects, and scenes: analytic and holistic processes edited by Mary A. Peterson and Gillian Rhodes. Oxford ; New York: Oxford University Press, viii, pages: illustrations (some color) ; 24 cm.

Explore more options for this title. This chapter summarizes evidence favoring the use of viewpoint-specific representations in the perception of moving objects (point-light walkers), moving faces, and moving scenes (i.e., scenes presented to viewers as if they were moving through them).

It assumes that viewpoint-dependent representations are holistic, and that view-independent representations are analytic. Book Reviews DOMINIC W. MASSARO, EDITOR University of California, Santa Cruz Seeking a Common Gestalt Approach to the Perception of Faces, Objects, and Scenes Perception of Faces, Objects, and Scenes: Analytic and Holistic Processes Edited by Mary A.

Peterson and Gillian Rhodes. New York: Oxford University Press, pp. Cloth, $   [Read book] Perception of Faces Objects and Scenes: Analytic and Holistic Processes (Oxford. Report. Browse more videos.

Perception of Faces, Objects, and Scenes: Analytic and Holistic Processes (Oxford Series in Visual Cognition) From a barrage of photons, we readily and effortlessly recognize the faces of our friends, and the familiar objects and scenes around us.

However, these tasks cannot be simple for our visual systems--faces are all. READ book Perception of Faces Objects and Scenes Analytic and Holistic Processes Advances in FREE BOOOK ONLINE. Face Perception. Face perception is a critical aspect of social perception: the inability to recognize faces and the emotional and social cues in faces is a central deficit in some disorders of social cognition, which will be discussed later in the chapter.

From: Fundamentals of Cognitive Neuroscience (Second Edition), Related terms.A variety of evidence suggests that our perception of faces is holistic, but processing of some non-face objects, like words, also shows important context effects.

One fact is clear: the basic computational challenges to face processing are common to all object recognition (namely: detection, measurement, and classification).Cited by: Scene Perception: What We Can Learn from Visual Integration and Change Detection.

In M. A. Peterson, & G. Rhodes (Eds.), Perception of Faces, Objects, and Scenes: Analytic and Holistic Processes (pp. ). Oxford University by: 3.