The Cognitive Neuroscience of Vision
June 2000, ©2000, Wiley-Blackwell
2. From Local To Global Image Representation.
3. The Problem Of Visual Recognition.
4. Object Recognition.
5. Face Recognition.
6. Word Recognition.
7. Visual Attention.
8. Hemispatial Neglect.
9. Mental Imagery.
10. Visual Awareness.
- Introduces the concepts of the cognitive neuroscience of vision
- Written by one of the leading contributors to the field of cognitive neuroscience
- Highly illustrated with examples and case studies.
"Farah’s book gives a comprehensive account of the cognitive neuroscience of vision, filtered through the judgment and enlivened by the comments of one of its best-known contributors. An excellent and lively survey to interest and inform both students and researchers." Anne Treisman, Princeton University