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How direct is visual perception?: Some reflections on Gibson's “ecological approach”

How direct is visual perception?: Some reflections on Gibson's “ecological approach”,10.1016/0010-0277(81)90009-3,Cognition,J. Fodor,Z. Pylyshyn

How direct is visual perception?: Some reflections on Gibson's “ecological approach”   (Citations: 204)
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Journal: Cognition , vol. 9, no. 2, pp. 139-196, 1981
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    • ...Despite similarity in terminology, it should be noted that the inferences that characterize the inferential mode are not similar to the “unconscious inferences” that are central components in traditional theories on perception (eg, Fodor & Pylyshyn, 1981; Kersten, Mamassian, & Yuille, 2004; Rock, 1983)...

    Isabell E. K. Andersson. Realism of Confidence and Phenomenological Reports Are Not Congruent I...

    • ...covariance, might exist even though no one knows about it, and, therefore, there is no encoding relationship (see, e.g., Fodor and Pylyshyn 1981; Fodor 1987a)...

    Mark H. Bickhard. Social Ontology as Convention

    • ...In some respects, the inferential mode resembles perception as conceptualized in constructivist views on perception, for which mental processes such as inference are central (eg, Fodor & Pylyshyn, 1981)...

    Isabell E. K. Anderssonet al. Realism of Confidence, Modes of Apprehension, and Variable-Use in Visu...

    • ...Current scientific theories of perception fall into two main classes: direct and indirect (see, e.g., Fodor and Pylyshyn 1981, Hoffman 1998, Palmer 1999)...
    • ...The debate between direct and indirect theories raises interesting issues (Fodor and Pylyshyn 1981, Ullman 1980)...

    Donald D. Hoffman. Conscious Realism and the Mind-Body Problem

    • ...As mentioned previously, one of the main themes of ecological psychology is the rejection of the traditional thesis that stimulus variables are necessarily ambiguous with respect to the environment and therefore must be disambiguated, or enriched, by cognitive processes such as inference (eg, Fodor & Pylyshyn, 1981)...

    David M. Jacobset al. Direct Learning

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