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In the Mind's Eye Julian Hochberg on the Perception of Pictures, Films, and the World 9780195176919 ** Brand New **




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Mary A. Peterson , Barbara Gillam , H.A. Sedgwick
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How can we best describe the processes by which we visually perceive our environment? This volume seeks to bring the full range of Julian Hochberg's work by offering a selection of his key works. It is intended for researchers working on topics such as perceptual organisation, visual attention, motion perception, visual cognition, and film.
Key Features
PublisherOxford University Press Inc
Date of Publication15/02/2007
LanguageEnglish
FormatHardback
ISBN-10019517691X
ISBN-139780195176919
SubjectPsychology: Textbooks & Study Guides

Publication Data
Place of PublicationNew York
Country of PublicationUnited States
ImprintOxford University Press Inc
Content Note43 black & white photographs and 102 line illustrations

Dimensions
Weight1092 g
Width155 mm
Height234 mm
Spine35 mm

Credits
Edited byBarbara Gillam, H.A. Sedgwick, Mary A. Peterson

Description
Table Of ContentsSECTION I: SELECTED PAPERS OF JULIAN HOCHBERG; 1. Hochberg, C. B. & Hochberg, J. (1952). Familiar size and the perception of depth. Journal of Psychology, 34, 107-114; 2. Hochberg, J. & McAlister, E. (1953). A quantitative approach to figural goodness. Journal of Experimental Psychology, 46, 361-364; 3. Hochberg, J. & Beck, J. (1954). Apparent spatial arrangement and perceived brightness. Journal of Experimental Psychology, 47, 263-266; 4. Hochberg, J. (1956). Perception: Toward the recovery of a definition. Psychological Review, 63, 400-405; 5. Hochberg, J. (1962). The psychophysics of pictorial perception. Audio-Visual Communications Review, 10, 22-54; 6. Hochberg, J. & Brooks, V. (1962). Pictorial recognition as an unlearned ability: A study of one childs performance. American Journal of Psychology, 75, 624-628; 7. Hochberg, J. & Galper, R. E. (1967). Recognition of faces: I. An exploratory study. Psychonomic Science, 9, 619-620; 8. Hochberg, J. (1968). In the mind's eye. Invited address read at the September 1966 meetings of the American Psychological Association, Division 3. In R.N. Haber (Ed.), Contemporary Theory and Research in Visual Perception. Holt, Rinehart, and Winston, 309-331; 9. Hochberg, J. (1970). Attention, organization and consciousness. In D. Mostofsky (Ed.), Attention: Contemporary Theory and Analysis. NY: Appleton-Century, 99-124; 10. Hochberg, J. (1970). Components of literacy: Speculations and exploratory research. In H. Levin & J. P. Williams (Eds.), Basic studies on reading. New York: Basic Books, 74-89; 11. Hochberg, J. & Brooks, V. (1970). Reading as an intentional behavior. In H. Singer & R. B. Ruddell (Eds.), Theoretical models and processes of reading. Newark, Delaware: International Reading Association, 304-314; 12. Hochberg, J. (1972). The representation of things and people. In E. H. Gombrich, J. Hochberg, & M. Black (Eds.), Art, perception and reality. Baltimore: The Johns Hopkins University Press, 47-94; 13. Hochberg, J. (1974). Higher-order stimuli and inter-response coupling in the perception of the visual world. In R.B. MacLeod and H.L. Pick, Jr. (Eds.), Perception: Essays in Honor of James J. Gibson. Ithaca, NY: Cornell University Press, 17-39; 14. Hochberg, J. & Brooks, V. (1978). Film cutting and visual momentum. In J. W. Senders, D. F. Fisher, & R. A. Monty (Eds.) Eye-movements and the higher psychological functions. Hillsdale, NJ: Erlbaum, 293-313; 15. Hochberg, J. (1980). Pictorial function and perceptual structures. In M. A. Hagen (Ed.), The perception of pictures. (Vol. 2, pp. 47-93). New York : Academic Press; 16. Hochberg, J (1981). Levels of perceptual organization. In M. Kubovy & J. Pomerantz (Eds.), Perceptual organization. Hillsdale, N. J.: Lawence Erlbaum Associates, 255-278; 17. Hochberg, J. (1982). How big is a stimulus? In J. Beck (ed.), Organization and Representation in Perception. Hillsdale, NJ: Lawrence Erlbaum, 191-217; 18. Hochberg, J. (1983). Form perception: experience and explanations. In P.C. Dodwell & T. Caelli (Eds.), Figural synthesis, Hillsdale, NJ: L. Erlbaum Associates, 1-30; 19. Hochberg, J. (1984). The perception of pictorial representations. Social Research, 51, 841-862; 20. Hochberg, J. & Brooks, V. (1996). Movies in the Minds Eye. In D. Bordwell & N. Carroll (Eds.), Post-Theory: Reconstructing Film Studies. Madison, WI: University of Wisconsin Press, 368-387; 21. Looking Ahead (One Glance At a Time), Julian Hochberg; 22. The Piecemeal, Constructive, and Schematic Nature of Perception; 23. Hochberg: A Perceptual Psychologist; 24. Mental Schemata And The Limits Of Perception; 25. Integration of Visual Information across Saccades; 26. Scene Perception: The World Through a Window; 27. How Big Is A Stimulus? Learning About Imagery By Studying Percept

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