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Ways of Seeing: The Scope and Limits of Visual Cognition (Oxford Cognitive Science Series) [Paperback]

Marc Jeannerod , Charles Heckscher , Michael Maccoby

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In the present chapter, we sketch and argue for a view, which we call the 'representational theory of the visual mind' (RTVM). Read the first page
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