Perceptual Experience As A Bridge Between The Retina And A Bicoded Cognitive Map
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Behavioral And Brain Sciences
The bicoded cognitive maps described by Jeffery et al. are compared to metric perceptual representations. Systematic biases in perceptual experience of egocentric distance, height, and surface orientation may reflect information processing choices to retain information critical for immediate action (Durgin et al. 2010a). Different information processing goals (route planning vs. immediate action) require different metric information.
Frank H. Durgin and Z. Li.
"Perceptual Experience As A Bridge Between The Retina And A Bicoded Cognitive Map".
Behavioral And Brain Sciences.
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