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Material type
단행본
Personal Author
Davidoff, Jules B.
Title Statement
Cognition through color / Jules Davidoff.
Publication, Distribution, etc
Cambridge, Mass. :   MIT Press,   1991.  
Physical Medium
xiv, 217 p., [1] p. of plates : ill. (some col.) ; 24 cm.
Series Statement
Issues in the biology of language and cognition.
ISBN
0262041154
General Note
"A Bradford book."  
Bibliography, Etc. Note
Includes bibliographical references (p. [173]-209) and index.
Subject Added Entry-Topical Term
Visual perception. Color vision. Cognition. Cognition disorders. Cognition. Color Perception. Color Vision Defects.
비통제주제어
Colour, Visual perception,,
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650 0 ▼a Cognition disorders.
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650 2 ▼a Color Vision Defects.
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Contents information

Table of Contents


CONTENTS
Foreword by John C. Marshall = ⅸ
Preface = xiii
Chapter 1 Introduction = 1
 1.1 An Object Lesson = 1
 1.2 Representations = 5
 1.3 The Organization of chapters = 6
Chapter 2 The Neurophysiology of Modularity = 11
 2.1 Parallel Paathways = 11
 2.2 Color Blindsight = 25
 2.3 Arhuments against Modularity = 26
 2.4 Conclusions = 28
Chapter 3 The Neuropsychology of the Color Module = 31
 3.1 Achromatopsia = 31
 3.2 Dissociated Input Modules = 39
Chapter 4 Modularity studied by Equiluminance = 41
 4.1 Introduction = 41
 4.2 Color Blind Modules = 42
 4.3 summary Comment = 49
Chapter 5 The temporary Representation : Modular Approaches = 51
 5.1 The Pictorial Rehister = 51
 5.2 Feature Integration = 52
 5.3 Domain Models = 60
 5.4 Summary = 67
Chapter 6 Boundaries and surfaces = 69
 6.1 The Temporary Representation : Modular and Nonmodular Accounts Compared = 69
 6.2 The Colors of Surfaces = 75
 6.3 Apperecptive Visual Disorders : Modular and Nonmodular Accounts Compared = 81
 6.4 Summary and Progression to Object Recognition = 83
Chapter 7 Object Knowledge = 87
 7.1 In Normals = 87
 7.2 After Brain damage = 92
 7.3 A Model for the Division of Object Knowledge = 96
 7.4 Relationships to Other models = 99
Chapter 8 Colors without Objects = 103
 8.1 functional Modularity = 103
 8.2 Associations with Color = 111
Chapter 9
 The Colors of Objects = 121
 9.1 The Role of Color in Object Recognition = 121
 9.2 The Role of Object Knowledge in the Perception of Color = 124
 9.3 The Recognition and Retrival of Object Color = 128
Chapter 10 Objects and Their Names = 139
 10.1 The Role of Object Knowledge = 139
 10.2 Object Knowledge and the Retrieval of Object Names in Aphasia = 142
 10.3 Conclusions = 146
Chapter 11 Color Naming = 147
 11.1 In Norming = 147
 11.2 Disorders of Color Naming = 156
 11.3 Color Naming and Word Naming : Interference = 163
Chapter 12 Overview = 169
References = 173
Index = 211


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