We have acquired important new knowledge about the nature and development of perception in recent years, and the insights of Eleanor Jack Gibson have had a prominent role in guiding the search for that knowledge. The purpose of this volume is to honor her continuing conrbution to our understanding of perception. First published in 1979. Routledge is an imprint of Taylor & Francis, an informa company.
PART I: LEARNING AND GENERALIZATION, PART II: DEVELOPMENT OF SPATIAL PERCEPTION, PART III: PERCEPTION OF PATTERN AND STRUCTURE, PART IV: PERCEPTION OF MEANING, PART V: EXPLORATION AND SELECTIVITY IN PERCEPTUAL DEVELOPMENT.
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