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Sensory perception : mind and matter

Author: Friedrich G Barth; Patrizia Giampieri-Deutsch; Hans-Dieter Klein
Publisher: Wien : Springer, ©2012.
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"Sensory perception : mind and matter aims at a deeper understanding of the many facets of sensory perception and their relations to brain function and cognition. It is an attempt to promote the interdisciplinary discourse between the neurosciences and psychology, which speaks the language of cognitive experiences, and philosophy, which has been thinking about the meaning and origin of consciousness since its  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Electronic books
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Sensory perception.
Wien : Springer, c2012
(DLC) 2011940536
(OCoLC)793888568
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Friedrich G Barth; Patrizia Giampieri-Deutsch; Hans-Dieter Klein
ISBN: 9783211997512 3211997512
OCLC Number: 820845533
Description: 1 online resource (xi, 404 p.) : ill., ports.
Contents: Basic mechanisms in sensory systems --
Sensory cells and sensory organs / Stephan Frings --
Vertebrate hearing: Origin, evolution and functions / Geoffrey A. Manley --
Principles of function in the visual system / Kristine Krug --
What binds it all together? Synchronized oscillatory activity in normal and pathological cognition / Wolf Singer --
Evolutionary epistemology --
Between biology and philosophy: Our knowledge of the real world / Gerhard Vollmer --
Sensory perception: Adaptation to lifestyle and habitat / Friedrich G. Barth --
Visual learning in social insects: From simple associations to higher-order problem solving / Martin Giurfa --
Evolution of cognition: A comparative approach / Ludwig Huber, Anna Wilkinson --
Perception, art, and illusion --
Understanding color vision, with comments on mind and matter / Christoph v. Campenhausen, Jürgen Schramme --
Pictures as strange objects of perception / Richard L. Gregory CBE, FRS, FRSE --
Towards an understanding of the psychostimulant action of amphetamine and cocaine / René Weissensteiner, Thomas Steinkellner, Andreas Jurik, Simon Bulling, Walter Sandtner --
A biological basis for musical tonality / Daniel Bowling, Dale Purves --
Synaesthesia and synergy in art. Gustav Mahler's "Symphony No. 2 in C minor" as an example of interactive music visualization / Johannes Deutsch --
Perception and memory: Conscious and unconscious processes --
Perception, conscious and unconscious processes / Patrizia Giampieri-Deutsch --
Consciousness, states of consciousness, unconscious psychological processes, and psychological states / Howard Shevrin --
Explicit and implicit memory / Matthew Hugh Erdelyi --
The history of sensory worlds --
Colour ordered and disordered / John Gage --
The sense of smell in historical perspective / Robert Jütte --
Neurophilosophy and free will --
Neurophilosophy / Gerhard Roth - Sensory perception, body and mind in Indian Buddhist philosophy / Ernst Steinkellner --
Basic mechanisms in sensory systems --
Sensory cells and sensory organs / Stephan Frings --
Vertebrate hearing: Origin, evolution and functions / Geoffrey A. Manley --
Principles of function in the visual system / Kristine Krug --
What binds it all together? Synchronized oscillatory activity in normal and pathological cognition / Wolf Singer --
Evolutionary epistemology --
Between biology and philosophy: Our knowledge of the real world / Gerhard Vollmer --
Sensory perception: Adaptation to lifestyle and habitat / Friedrich G. Barth --
Visual learning in social insects: From simple associations to higher-order problem solving / Martin Giurfa --
Evolution of cognition: A comparative approach / Ludwig Huber, Anna Wilkinson --
Perception, art, and illusion --
Understanding color vision, with comments on mind and matter / Christoph v. Campenhausen, Jürgen Schramme --
Pictures as strange objects of perception / Richard L. Gregory CBE, FRS, FRSE --
Towards an understanding of the psychostimulant action of amphetamine and cocaine / René Weissensteiner, Thomas Steinkellner, Andreas Jurik, Simon Bulling, Walter Sandtner --
A biological basis for musical tonality / Daniel Bowling, Dale Purves --
Synaesthesia and synergy in art. Gustav Mahler's "Symphony No. 2 in C minor" as an example of interactive music visualization / Johannes Deutsch --
Perception and memory: Conscious and unconscious processes --
Perception, conscious and unconscious processes / Patrizia Giampieri-Deutsch --
Consciousness, states of consciousness, unconscious psychological processes, and psychological states / Howard Shevrin --
Explicit and implicit memory / Matthew Hugh Erdelyi --
The history of sensory worlds --
Colour ordered and disordered / John Gage --
The sense of smell in historical perspective / Robert Jütte --
Neurophilosophy and free will --
Neurophilosophy / Gerhard Roth --
Sensory perception, body and mind in Indian Buddhist philosophy / Ernst Steinkellner.
Responsibility: edited by Friedrich G. Barth, Giampieri-Deutsch Patrizia, Hans-Dieter Klein.
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