The myth of pure perception
The Behavioral and brain sciences, Volume 39, 2016.
Firestone & Scholl (F&S) assume that pure perception is unaffected by cognition. This assumption is untenable for definitional, anatomical, and empirical reasons. They discount research showing nonoptical influences on visual perception, pointing out possible methodological "pitfalls." Results generated in multiple labs are immune to thes...More
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