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Material type
단행본
Personal Author
Rosinski, Richard R.
Title Statement
The development of visual perception / Richard R. Rosinski.
Publication, Distribution, etc
Santa Monica, Calif. :   Goodyear,   1977.  
Physical Medium
x, 227 p. : ill. ; 24 cm.
Series Statement
Goodyear developmental psychology series.
ISBN
0876202210
General Note
Includes indexes.  
Bibliography, Etc. Note
Bibliography: p. [206]-219.
Subject Added Entry-Topical Term
Visual perception in children. Child psychology.
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245 1 4 ▼a The development of visual perception / ▼c Richard R. Rosinski.
260 ▼a Santa Monica, Calif. : ▼b Goodyear, ▼c 1977.
300 ▼a x, 227 p. : ▼b ill. ; ▼c 24 cm.
490 0 ▼a Goodyear developmental psychology series.
500 ▼a Includes indexes.
504 ▼a Bibliography: p. [206]-219.
650 0 ▼a Visual perception in children.
650 0 ▼a Child psychology.

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Contents information

Table of Contents


CONTENTS
Preface = ⅸ
Chapter 1 DEVELOPMENT AND THE STUDY OF PERCEPTION = 1
 Defining Perception = 2
 An approach to Perception = 2
  Potential and Effective Information = 4
 The Concept of Stimulus Information = 5
 Components of the Study of Perception and Development = 7
  The Perceptual Component = 7
  The Developmental Component = 8
 Methods of Studying Perceptual Development = 9
  Judgmental Methods = 10
  Discrimination Learning = 12
  Preference Methods = 13
  Habituation and Dishabituation Techniques = 16
 The Principle of Converging Operations = 19
 Basic Concepts in the Study of Perception = 20
 Summary = 22
Chapter 2 SPATIAL LAYOUT: PERCEPTION OF DEPTH AND DISTANCE = 24
 Childrens' Perception of Depth and Distance = 25
 Binocular Vision = 30
  Convergence = 30
  Binocular Disparity = 32
 Motion Parallax = 37
 Motion Perspective = 39
  Looming = 41
 Redundancy in Perceptual Systems: Texture Gradients = 46
  Texture Gradients and Development = 49
 Summary = 54
Chapter 3 OTHER ASPECTS OF SPATIAL LAYOUT PERCEPTION = 57
 The Perception of Slant = 57
 The Perception of Size = 62
 The Perception of Motion = 68
  Velocity = 69
 The Perception of Kinetic Depth = 70
 Summary = 74
Chapter 4 THE DEVELOPMENT OF VISUALLY GUIDED BEHAVIOR = 75
 The Effects of Light Deprivation on Perceptual Development = 77
 The Effects of Partial Light Deprivation = 80
 The Role of Self-Produced Movement = 83
  Self-Produced Movement and Visual Information = 85
 The Role of Other Forms of Stimulation = 89
  Eye-Limb Coordination = 90
 Research with Infants = 93
 Summary = 97
Chapter 5 CONTROL OF VISUALLY GUIDED BEHAVIOR = 99
 Visual Control and Control Systems Theory = 101
  Reversing the Sign of Feedback = 105
  Disturbing the Input to the System = 105
  Examining Reaction Times = 105
  Opening the Feedback Loop = 106
  A Simple Demonstration of Control Principles = 106
 Control Systems in Adaptation and Development = 107
 Organization and Reorganization of Visual-Motor Coordination = 109
  Array Motion and Self-Produced Movement = 109
  Other Forms of Feedback = 112
 Changes in Control Systems = 115
 Summary = 120
Chapter 6 PATTERN PERCEPTION: PROCESSES AND EARLY DEVELOPMENT = 122
 Differences between Spatial and Pattern Perception = 122
 Types of Pattern Perception = 125
  Discrimination = 125
  Recognition = 125
  Identification = 126
 Models of Pattern Perception = 127
  Template Matching = 127
  Feature Testing = 128
 Information for Pattern Perception = 130
 Pattern Perception in Infants = 134
  Discrimination = 134
  Recognition = 140
  Identification = 143
 Summary = 144
Chapter 7 PATTERN PERCEPTION: FURTHER DEVELOPMENT = 146
 The Nature of Early Development = 147
  Perception of Form = 147
  Effects of Maturation and Experience = 151
 Pattern Perception in Older Children and Adults = 154
  Discrimination = 154
  Recognition = 163
 Summary = 168
Chapter 8 REPRESENTATIONS AND SYMBOLS = 169
 Pictorial Perception = 170
  Perception of Objects in Pictures = 172
  Perception of Spatial Layout in Pictures = 175
  Perception of Actions and Events in Pictures = 178
 Pattern Perception and Reading = 181
  Perception of Letters = 182
  Higher-Order Units-Bigrams and Trigrams = 184
  Higher-Order Units-Words = 187
 Summary = 190
Chapter 9 GENERAL PRINCIPLES OF PERCEPTUAL DEVELOPMENT = 192
 Changes in Information Pickup = 193
  Eye Movements = 193
  Selective Attention = 195
  Differentiation = 199
 Changes in Informational Specificity = 201
 Summary = 204
References = 206
Author Index = 220
Subject Index = 223


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