Perception and Illusion: Historical Perspectives

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Our contact with the world is through perception, and therefore the study of the process is of obvious importance and signi?cance. For much of its long history, the study of perception has been con?ned to natural- tic observation. Nonetheless, the phenomena considered worthy of note have not been those that nurture our survival--the veridical features of perception--but the oddities or departures from the common and c- monplace accuracies of perception. With the move from the natural world to the laboratory the oddities of ...

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