The Future of Vision Needs More Bridges and Fewer Walls
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The commentator agrees with Pylyshyn's most general claims but sees problems with the more specific proposals about where the boundary between early vision and later processing might lie. The boundary cuts across current models of identification. Limitations in current research on scenic context effects preclude firm conclusions. High-level vision will benefit more from integrative work than from premature analysis.
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Behavioral and Brain Sciences, v. 22, issue 3, p. 392-393
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Sanocki, Thomas, "The Future of Vision Needs More Bridges and Fewer Walls" (1999). Psychology Faculty Publications. 531.